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Today I had my first lesson at Ankara University. It was only an introductory lesson but still, it was nice to finally get to the lesson stage. For the past 2 weeks we have all been going mad trying to organise what courses we are taking, and to make matters worse, the university only finalised the courses that they are teaching in english a few days ago. ...
Onto Ankara to see where Kristina lives and teaches. During our time in Ankara the people of Turkey were celebrating Kurban Bayram the "Sacrifice Holiday". It's an Islamic holiday of sacrificing an animal. Everything around us and in town was shutdown which meant the whole city would be dead for at least Thursday and some of the city on Friday. So we took a day or two to relax and watch tv. I know it's terrible we are in Turkey and we ...
... worth while and well worth a strong recommendation for others to see.
We continued on a drive to Cappadocia, an extraordinary region of "fairy chimneys." cave dwellings, and surreal volcanic landscapes like nowhere else in the world. Along the way we stopped at Turkey's second largest salt lake, after Lake Van, the Tuz Golu (simply meaning Salt Lake). During some times of the year you can see Greater ...
... turning Turkey into the modern and secular nation that it is today. He traveled throughout Europe finding the best practices and led wide-ranging reforms in social, cultural, and economical aspects, establishing the new Republic's backbone of legislative, judicial, and economic structure. The memorial complex is pretty amazing and sits on top of a high hill in the city giving great views all around.
... the beer can. Meanwhile I had also cut a clothes hanger wire, and between the hot water and poking in the wire, pretty soon gasoline was merrily flowing out onto the ground, and my hands, and my sleeves. So I popped the filter back on, and off we went!
The drive to Ankara was beautiful… very wintery and misty and bright and clear, with snow covered hills and valleys… whodda thunkit… winter in the Middle East! Snow drifts and frozen fuel lines!
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking