In my imaginary musical journey I decided to add some books to read along the way. I had already started to blog the journey and was re-reading A Colder War by Charles Cumming set in Istanbul when I had the idea. But where to start? Should the books be read at the time I am listening to the music of each country, or mix them up?
The December meeting of the Grundvig group was held in Cezayir Istanbul. These are some of the social media links to resources and work of some of the people and organisations who presented to the group. Ekran Saka a professor at Istanbul Bilgi University began the session on the 4th December. Ekran specialises in communications and new Read more about Using Traditional and New Media For Campaigns Against Prejudice, Xenophobia and Discrimination[…]
I started trying to highlight 10 moments through the year but it was difficult enough to keep it down to 12.
Review in Trip Advisor I was on business and attending meetings nearby. One of the reasons I chose Tulip City was that it was recommended by colleagues in Istanbul and the price which was fantastic value for money. I didn’t check any reviews before hand but had assumed it was part of the Tulip chain Read more about Tulip City Hotel, Istanbul[…]
Small comfortable lounge with snacks, soft drinks, beer, wine. No hot food when I was there at breakfast time, but there was cereal, sandwiches. Good Lavazza coffee. TV tuned to music channel. Turkish news papers a few English language mazazines. One hour wifi. But I expect if you asked you would get more. €35 if Read more about Airport Lounge S. Gokcen Istanbul[…]