Tusan Beach Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Indoor pool
- Adult pool
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... Didn’t have much control over his breath, the sound mixing and amplification was horrid. The band was OK, but the horn section must have been at odds with one another – it happens. One was sharp, and the other flat. Still, all were MUCH better than I could do!! We were entertained. I have always said, one doesn’t sail on Oceania for the entertainment. After the show, off to bed and another windy, rocking and rolling ...
... and constructed out of stones and brick. A marble slab marks St Johns grave.
We then had as huge lunch at a hotel, authentic Greek food which was great but just too big a meal in the middle of the day. We then ended the day at a marketplace next to the cruise ship terminal where there were traders who would sell you anything given a chance. We watched a carpet making demonstration where the real purpose was to sell you a carpet.
Back to the ship and a sea day ...
We set off from Kemer around 10am and head north up the coast road to Antalya. Fortunately our route forks north and west into the foothills on the Denizli road so we do not have to endure the Antalya Central crawl again.
We stop for fuel in the hills above Antalya. Karl-Heinz is still unwell and he has to have a lie down. Since I prefer to ride ...
... years, the fortunes of the city rose and fell. At one point, it was the most powerful city in the region and was made the capital of the roman province of Asia. The ruins are beautiful and have been restored in certain places - for example, some of the columns have been replaced and certain pediments and plinths have been
reconstructed. Again, we spent the afternoon being taken round the site by a trained guide and he was ...
... many kinds of flutes and drums, and the practice of circular breathing is commonplace. Some of these include the traditional "nay" flute, bagpipes, kettledrums, goblet drums, and the double reed flute.
Use in Worship
First thing to note is that practicing Muslims do not see the Qur’anic Recitation as a form of musical expression, as the verses of the Qur’an are naturally rhythmic. ...