Saray Hotel & Apartments
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... word may be. My job isn't to give knowledge, it's to lead to a place where knowledge can be found, can be discovered. I don't want to tell you the translation, I want you to taste the word. I don't want to give you the answer, I want you to ask the question. I want your heart to beat faster when you are on the verge of turning your mind in on itself, as you endlessly add to that amorphous structure of fact, wisdom, and knowledge woven somewhere between your synapses. ...
... chips here, as it would be utter culinary blasphemy to make that comparison. This fried fish had the most delicate of batter and did not taste fried in the least. In fact it was perfectly cooked with the result tasting more baked than fried. Delicious, delectable, truly scrumptious. I am reading about each step of our journey in a magazine called "The Bay Express" and, based upon tonight's affair, must take issue with the very first three sentences which reads ...
... seen in the whole of my life. Stretching out for endless miles was a sea of thick clouds, far below our elevation. Their surface looked nearly identical to the pillowy snow on the mountain, and where the two met was difficult to distinguish. The sun began to lower in the sky for a fantastic sunset, and had I stayed much long I would've seen it burn a whole through the cumulous blanket just below. As it was, our time was running out, and we had to catch ...
... expression. However, this holiday means a 4 or 5 day span of free time for myself and Ryan, and we plan to utilize that time for exploration. So far, the plan is to hit Izmir and Foça, two coastal cities lining the Aegean region of Turkey, both renowned for their beauty. We came to decide upon these places after many recommendations from our students and our own research as well. No bloody rituals for now it seems.
More to come soon!
... are a couple of
links we found on the web, that will give you some idea of the beauty
we saw, but no pictures can really do it.
On our second day, we took a taxi, local area bus, and another taxi to
get out of town to visit the 9000 year-old neolithic village of
Catalhoyuk (chat-a-lew-yewk). This 20 metre high mound on the plain
is one of the largest neolithic villages in the world, and comprises
13 levels of buildings, ...