Spa Herakles Termal Otel
- Swimming pool
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... the ‘messenger’ and his wife and daughter must wear a burqa and their place as women must be at home. He even proudly showed us photos of them all togged up. I found it distressing because I realized that nothing I could say would have him think any differently.
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... whirling dervish'. Rumi's tomb is also there and worshippers held out their hands and said prayers under their breath as they passed the tomb. One man began to talk to me in Turkish. I must have looked Turkish with my scarf wrapped around my hair. Mark said he was finding it difficult to differentiate me from other women. That may not have been a compliment :/ The area was beautifully tiled - in a greater variety of colours than we have seen ...
... in the evenings, as each of us cycles through the shared shower, washing away the dirt of the day. Check out the before and after photos of my feet! It’s a great way to end the work day, catching up on everything happening in the various trenches and gossiping about camp life.
We had a wonderful fish barbeque for dinner with baked potatoes, a couple of tasty salads and fruit for dessert. Over the past 2 ...
... and the surrounding area are on display in the Konya Archaeological Museum. Among the most impressive are several marble sarcophagi from the 3rd century A.D. with beautiful ornate scenes carved into the sides. The most famous is the Hercules sarcophagus (named for the scenes of Hercules carved on all four sides). But closely impressive are the several Sidamara sarcophagi (also from the 3rd century A.D.).
After they got attacked by ...
... Antioch and Iconium. Probably the recently arrived Jews helped convince the people of Lystra that Barnabas and Paul were not Zeus and Hermes (because otherwise the people would never have tried to harm them), but they also must have incited a cause for the people to desire to execute them. Maybe killing Barnabas and Paul was the remuneration they thought they needed to do in order to recompense the gods for offering sacrifices to mere humans in their stead. But needless ...