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... 500TL which when converted to Australian dollars and with 40% discount came to $3,845.00, needless to say we did not purchase it. After lunch our group arrived in Konya and proceeded to famous a mausoleum of the Sufi philosopher Mevlana. This was also the dervish lodge of the Mevlevi order, better known ass the 'Whirling Dervishes'. To help you understand what the Whirling Dervishes are all about I sourced ...
Konya (Turkish pronunciation: [ˈkon.ja]) is a city in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey. It is the seventh most populous city in Turkey. As of 2011, the Konya Metropolitan Municipality had a population close to 1.1 million. Konya is an economically ...
... their midst and performing this great miracle (14:12-13).
In a distressful response to the aberrant desires of the people to offer sacrifices to them as gods, Barnabas and Paul tore their clothes in dismay and protest, and began running around the crowd shouting, “Why are you doing this?” Barnabas and Paul's argument was that they had come to preach the gospel to them exactly for the reason of turning them away from worshiping false gods, like they ...
... only a high of 30C, rather than 38C!).
Rather than living in a tent, like last year, I’ve ended up staying in "The Pink House", a five minute walk down the road. The Pink House, as with everything, has its positive and negative sides. The walk back and forth is a bit boring, especially if you forget something. A 5 minute walk is easy (for me), but the problem is that there are some pretty ...
The telephone rang with our early morning wake up call at 0515, which was nice.
Dayle is one of those 'snooze button' freaks, who like to hit the snooze button when the alarm goes off and do so at 5 minute intervals until she gets up.
I, on the other hand, abhor and detest alarms with a passion and having one a morning is more than enough, let alone a series of them. This is what I think one would call a 'non-negotiable' and forced me to explain as politely as ...