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... it was a good set up and they successfully sold dishes and plates to almost everyone one of us on the tour - yes, I now have 2 new bowls :) (Side note, Helena dropped hers as she unwrapped them when she got home - shattered!)
We stopped for lunch at the same place we stopped 2 days ago and this time I tried the ice cream everyone bought last time. A very strange consistency as it's gooey and not really to my liking afraid to say.
Today had been a beautiful ...
... poorly, we have also had to move rooms twice because the hotel were so full and the kind manager realised we couldn't leave after two days. So we feel we have got to know the hotel and staff really well. They are all delightful and we are sad to say goodbye. One of the younger members of the bar/restaurant staff turns out to be a chess fanatic... Guy plays two quick games with him before we set off! We get on the road to Konya in the morning ...
Lystra was a Roman city in south-central Asia Minor. It is thought to have been settled initially in the 2nd century B.C. being near the “King's Road” created by Darius I of Persia in the 5th century B.C. between Persepolis in Persia (modern Iran) and Sardis in Asia Minor (near modern Izmir). The King's Road transited through/near several cities in central Asia minor like Lystra, Iconium, and Pisidia Antioch. When the Romans conquered ...
... the call to prayer has started. The local sheep dogs are baying in haunting accompaniment.
OK… What was I writing about??? Right, so in case you don’t remember (or I didn’t tell you the details last year), I’m on an archaeological project at a site called Boncuklu (the hill of beads) in a small farming village called Hayiroglu that is an hour east of the large city of Konya and located on the Anatolian plains in Turkey. ...
... pass through each year to visit the original whirling dervish lodge and tombs of Rumi, the great Islamic poet and religious writer, and his son Sultan Veled, who organized Rumi's followers into the hugely influential religious order of Mevlevi, or whirling dervishes.
We got in late following our long bus ride, and checked into our hotel. Of the three hotels within our budget that got good reviews, we chose the only one that didn't require a copy of our ...