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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rumi Konya
A very nice spacious hotel. Very friendly helpful staff. And a great breakfast.
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... abandoning one's nafs, egos or personal desires, by listening to the music, focusing on God, and spinning one's body in repetitive circles, which has been seen as a symbolic imitation of planets in the Solar System orbiting the sun." Some pieces of trivia for you: 1. The Konya plateau is the flattest land in Turkey 2. Kangal is a Turkish sheep dog, creamy white in colour, white tail with a black tip. ...
... of Rum, known in Turkish as Anadolu Selšukluları, a situation which resulted in much of the architectural heritage visible today. The iranian poet and Sufi thinker "mowlana" or Rumi also settled in the city during this period. Despite rapid growth in ...
... what they were trying to tell them (14:14-18).
This is a great example of how people can be so stubborn and entrenched in tradition that they miss the whole point of something the Lord is trying to reveal to them. Maybe we are not trying to sacrifice to ancient gods, but maybe we are bent only listening (as an authority) to certain people. Maybe we have made up our mind about something so adamantly that we are beyond re-considering regardless of what we ...
... more comfortable every day (maybe cause I’m so tired at the end of the day) and my 2 Aussie roomies (Jodie and Nadia) are an absolute blast! We stay up chatting till “late” (9:30 or 10:00pm!!) every night.
Oh yeah, and the other bonus of the Pink House is that we’re 5 minutes closer to the ice cream shop! I’m trying to maintain a bit of discipline, so I’ve only had ...
... water park complex with the large intertwined blue fibreglass tubes. Fun, but not attractive.
The square apartment blocks are if anything even worse; row upon row of featureless buildings with solar panels and stainless steel tanks on every roof. On the edge of the towns, in the villages, you also see half built concrete houses, square, with the steel struts sticking out of the roof just in case they ever get round to another storey. All of this is set off ...