You’ll no doubt feel completely indifferent to the news that my pedalo blister has almost gone.
Its arrival was unexpected and quite painful. I was just getting over another injury (thrown by wave against coral-covered rock of St Nicholas Island causing v painful weals on thigh) when it I got the foot pain. I binned a pair of sandals thinking they were responsible, then discovered the cause was actually a squash ball-sized blister on the ball of one foot.
When you think about it, I suppose it was inevitable, really; two cyclists on holiday without bikes. Continue reading “Pedal(o) power”
It’s said that Beethoven was inspired by Turkish Janissary band (Mehteran in Turkish) when he composed his famous Turkish march. Continue reading “Mehteran and Beethoven”
On the wordpress frontpage I saw the link. Couldn’t help it.
Right now, I’m looking at a report that my collegue has given. Apperantly there are 35,000 British subjects, who own property in Turkey.
I knew some 800 Brits emigrating from UK daily, but I didn’t know Turkey was favoured by them. I’m pleased.
For those of you who have the thought of leaving;
Turkey welcomes you! 🙂
I mentioned the term “Efe” when I talked about my roots.
The Turks, along the history, can be described by two main charasteristic; being fond of their freedom – pride, and fighting. Continue reading “Efe-ler”