Berk Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
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... ways I'm right. There's an election later this year, and once we got out of the tourist areas we saw all of the flags and banners for different parties. It seems they keep that stuff away from the foreigners. The tour guide gave us a bit of a run down on the culture of the place. One thing I've noticed is that, unlike other Muslim countries, there don't seem to be prayers broadcast over loudspeakers in any public way. I thought this might just ...
... that causes problems. A fellow announced that we would wait another half hour to see if things cleared up. Unfortunately they did not and it ended up being the fog was the issue. Drive back and grab some z'sss before breakfast. We had a few stops early on where we were able to get out and walk among the unique rock formations in this region. It was fun to get moving around a little. We climbed a few rocks and fell a few times. The scenery ...
... is situated. I took the flight from Istanbul to Ankara Esenboga as I only have 1 day to see everything about the volunteering activity. School groups would enjoy the 4 hour drive from Istanbul down the scenic road which cuts through Turkey's culture filled terrain. Many towns can be stopped at and looked around on the way ...
We were woken up at 5am by a bunch of teenage Dutch kids rampaging through the hostel. Not sure if they were getting up or just coming home but they sounded like a herd of phlegmatic elephants with all their heavy H's. "Hoo Hhggharht Hggehht meghtt ye?!!" Those wacky Dutchies.
Had a "Hidden Istanbul" tour this morning with Osman, a local Intrepid Guide. He took us on a magical mystery tour through the amazing maze that ...
... that night. Our next day we were up early (more the crew were up early) at 5am so we could get to Butterfly Valley. Took about 4 hours to boat around to it from where we had stayed and was very rough going. We had breakfast there when we stopped and then went ashore to explore for an hour or so. We walked up the valley to the waterfall which was about 1km. There wasn't that many butterflies, apparently July is the right time to visit there for them. The boys of the ...