Spa Herakles Termal Otel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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... Very few tourists visit here and the place is known as being a very conservative Islamic area. The number of young women wearing a head scarf and long figure hiding robes is certainly more than we have seen in other Turkish towns. Sue has to be very careful about what she wears.
We arrived at our hotel about 6.00pm. We went out and bought an iskender (one of our favourite Turkish meals) and returned to our hotel. Not many pictures today!
... and so banned. Konya has now become the centre for preservation of the Dervish way of life. During the afternoon we wandered around the town experiencing some of the things on offer. The Mevlana Museum, once the home of the Whirling Dervish and now a place where women especially come to pray for Runi's help was an interesting mix of static displays and an insight into the devotion of the people who come to ...
... is paid for by the government. Lunch was in a very nice rest stop - lentil soup and zucchini dolma for me followed by an almost latte in the ice cream shop. After lunch we drove for a couple of hours through fairly flat land - some sheep and soon-to-be wheat and barley fields. We did make a brief stop at a caravanserai, one that Marco Polo wrote about in his travels. It is a massive stone structure with detailed carvings and was the resting ...
... Heart (explained below)
Everything in this creation is spinning counter-clockwise, from our atoms and the electrons that spin around the nucleus to the earth which spins around itself and moves counter-clockwise around the sun. As everything is spinning in that love of the Divine and in submission to the Divine power that is powering all of creation, ...
Konya to Pumakkale
Visited the Museum at Konya to learn about the way of life & training of the Whirling Dervish- 7 years training beginning with subservience. Had lunch at a cafe serving Pide- thin crusted bread stuffed with deliciously spiced meat. If it seems that we did a lot of eating it is because we did. Food in Turkey is wonderful & regions have their specialities & ...