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... in the winter- we see signs stipulating the use snow chains & there are barriers built near the roadside to prevent drifting of snow. Indeed Erzurum, our destination turns out to be the highest large town in Turkey and is a ski centre. We are staying just down the road from the ski slopes.
*Adjacent to the entrance to our hotel we notice a rough track leading up the mountain. There are a lot of cars winding their way up ...
... We drove on by. He was in the rear view mirror when we decided we should have stopped because we hadn't seen a bus all day. We did a u-ey and went the half mile to get him. After all, the guy was standing alone on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere. The guy was a bit shy and reluctant to communicate. We offered him a cookie. He declined. Dave was afraid that the guy wouldn't speak up when it was time to get out and ...
... into my apartment's living room, in my first dream. I notice
that, along one wall, all the antique furniture and fancy chairs and
couches are gone. The only thing there now is a TV.
In my second dream, I'm at a work meeting held for Canada Dave's arrival. It finishes after noon,
and I rush outside to make sure I don't miss my friends who are
supposed to visit. Standing in front of the door is Selime, a tall
... to me. Ever since visiting Armenia's Genocide Museum, I'd been gathering other opinions of the Turkish-Armenian conflict ...
A Georgian man told me his country had taken tons of Armenian refugees from Turkey, because Armenia itself wouldn't take any. Other people said, "No, Armenia had taken some refugees. But, it also needed Georgia to take some, because it couldn't acommodate the large number of Armenians ...
... market-places when travelers and traders had passed through Erzurum on the Silk Road. The city had first been inhabited by people who were trying to find a passage through the tall mountains of eastern Turkey. Nowadays, the inside of the "Tash-han" was a maze of jewelry shops.
For some reason, I was told by my instincts to go out of my way and cross a busy street to check out a side street. I did so.
Everything was quiet and ...