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Paula pulled out her trusty container store portable fan to cool herself off. We suggested she pull her drapes shut, as she was in direct sun – her alabaster skin can’t take the direct sun. The curse of the Irish! Well, I’m guessing she got the fan a little too close to her hair, because when I looked over, I saw Steven doing his best, under the circumstances, to remove the fan from ...
... tour guide said that we would only be viewing about 20% of what they have excavated so far and let me tell you that 20% is awe-inspiring. At one point you walk down a marble incline which led from the town square to the main library and marketplaces. There were even mosaics still intact in front of the marketplaces. According to our tour guide each marketplace would compete to see who had the better mosaic design in front of ...
... to other handwoven products. We also saw cotton, wool and silk as well as blends, being woven and the inherent differences between their look, feel and performance. We were so impressed that we bought a carpet to ship home to put in our sunroom! Next we stopped by a leather factory and managed to escape without any further purchases, then returned to the port to re-board our ship prior to ...
... bought panchos (Mike and I were trend setters #hipster_status). To briefly cover Muslim and Islamic music, they are essentially the same thing and are sacred in worshipping Allah, referencing to the Koran. Traditionally they used drums and flutes along with vocals. There is no single genre , anything that is used to honor Allah is concise red to be Islamic or Muslim music/ worship. After the presentation we were given the treat of listening to some classic Islamic worship ...
... Greek soldiers clambered out at night. Don't think this model would have fooled anyone, especially with the windows. The ruins consist mostly of foundations and require some imagination to reconstruct the city's former splendour. Also there are bits of the all the different cites which can be a bit confusing - eg walls of Troy VIII, gate of Troy VI, theatre/odeon of Troy... All on all it was nice to stop and for us FOMO people we ...