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... referenced earlier, was his initial philosophical guide. Epicurus ponder the question relentlessly, how to live the best possible life, especially considering we only have one of them. He did not believe in an afterlife. After years of thought Epicurus concluded the best possible life is a happy life, filled with pleasure.
As Klein points out, Epicurus was not an epicurean as we use the ...
... in 1938. All of the Turkish money has his face on it, and you don't dare put money anywhere near your feet or pretend to rip it in the presence of any official (policemen etc) as its highly offensive and you'll get in a lot of trouble for showing disrespect. Days 3 & 4: Cappadocia (21-22 July) Today on our drive we to Cappadocia we walked on a salt lake!! Literally a lake of salt, every august after the dry season they dig the salt out and send it for processing ...
... I just chose one of the recommended local fish and did not really bother with the math so it was a little more than expected!! The fish was actually delicious and perfectly prepared so at least it was worth it. We had purchased a cake at a local grocery store.....Luke and Caroline walked home from dinner early and set up a little surprise party with the help of the hotel staff. Kelly was happy to end her birthday with cake and balloons in the hotel ...
... Izmir and found high rise after high rise in a city of millions of people, on to a beautiful smaller town of Kusadasi where we are staying the night in a lovely hotel overlooking the Aegean Sea and the wharf where the ocean liners come in and out all the time. It is a pretty beach side community with a market and an old city to explore.
Our room is great and we enjoy the evening on our balcony watching the world go by ...
... us feel very welcome. In Turkey they are very big on offering you tea, its polite to accept the tea ( or Cay in Turkish) when they offer. I accepted an apple tea and it was the best tea I'd ever had! We enjoyed a tea while learning about Selcuk . We sat in the hotel gardens which was decorated with a fountain, chess tables, and to keep you shaded from the sun were lime tree's. After tea it was time for our first Turkish meal. Just when I thought ...