Adventures in foreign countries can be complex or they can be simple. One of the reasons I loved living in Manisa was because of the Manisa Tennis and Hiking Club. They made hiking adventures simple.
Turkish people love their beef and mutton sausages.
If I were a single guy, I could support myself in this particular lifestyle indefinitely and even save money without having a boss or a job. For the moment, that’s what I’m doing, but I have to find a better solution in order to take care of 1+1=3. :)
I feel very fortunate to have found and joined the Manisa Tennis and Mountain Club. This club meets every Sunday for adventures in Manisa. Many of the members are mountaineers and this Sunday I joined them for my first mountaineering adventure in Manisa!
The life of a solo traveler can be great, but I have to admit I’m very happy that my wife has arrived. Suddenly this house doesn’t feel empty and today, Sunday, we set out for a nice walk through our new hometown of Manisa, Turkey.
My travel to Sypil Magnesia, rarely visited by tourists, but also known as Tantalus.
We left Bursa the way we came but without the guy in the bad suit. Indeed, though we did see him when we were leaving. We were carrying our bags down to the bus stop and this time we saw him sitting on a concrete wall, smoking a cigarette, no shoes, and wearing some scruffy clothes. He smiled and waved and it took me a second to place him because the bad suit had been so powerful. I waved back and Hanane said “Who was that?”