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All the flags in Turkey have been at half mast today because of the mining disaster. We have come across one protest, but it was very peaceful. Yesterday local television showed extraction of bodies from the scene for the whole day.
The highlight of the day would be the Taurus Mountains. Steep hillsides come down to the sea. In the mountains are many lush valleys with lots ...
... It was a separate 3 lira to take a look and it was quite magical. Reminds me why I love F&E is to explore sites without people. Cautiously walking into an empty dark house to explore what was inside. This one was requested by the sultan and so it was more grand with a garden and a mosque.
By nightfall we reached and checked into lovely hilton. Although there was a lot of facilities the room itself was too comfortable with its dream bed?
... 8217;ve also been finding some interesting small objects – lots of animal bones, obsidian (volcanic stone) chips from tools and weapons, bits of mud brick and quite a few beads made out of various types of stone and shells. We all really like the beads – everyone stops what they’re doing to check them out every time we find one.
I’ll talk about this more another day, but one of my favourite parts ...
... The gates were quite elegant. On to Konya, a most religious town, Here, we went to the mausoleum of Mevlana (Rumi), founder of the Sufi sect of Islam and of the 'whirling dervishes'. Not an Imam, he introduced romanticism and mysticism into his for of Islam that was not appreciated by the more fundamentalist sects. His focus was on ...