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While it was sad to leave Turkey, my own bed has never felt so good. Turkey is high on my recommended “to see” list and I’d like to go back someday and see some other parts. I can’t think of any one place that is my favorite – they were all so different. Konya was my least favorite. Ephesus, Pamakkule, Capadoccia were all at the top. I also liked Canakkle, Troy and Ankara. All in all, a pretty amazing ...
... Asia is full of Turkic people who speak Turkic langauges. Qazaqstan is one of the ones most different from Turkish, and I could only understand vaguely what people were talking about in Qazaq, without being able to translate, except for specific things like numbers. Qazaqs could understand Turkish a bit more easily, but would also prefer to talk to me in Russian, and seemed unable to understand why I didn’t speak it. ...
... today, so as not to over do ourselves. The surrounding districts of Istanbul that we explored today were Taksim, Beyoglu, and Galata. These areas are not as historically relevant as other parts of Istanbul, but remember, that that means little in the larger context of history: ALL parts of Istanbul have a deeper & richer layered history compared to the New World. This part of Istanbul was actually the area where 'bad' citizens ...
... at the same time respecting each other. Julia Gillard made an appearance and a speech which was actually quite good.
It is really an amazing gesture from the Turkish government and people to allow not only the service there every year but to have Gallipoli as a national park with all the memorials, gardens and graves kept in pristine condition. There is a very large memorial which reads
... br> When I all but ran out of the shop, the waiter across the street lightened my mood, making me burst into hysterics. Just as I left the shop, he called out, “My turn!” First haha moment. I walked over, humoring him, needing some humoring myself. “Come in for tea, on me, tea, coffee, be my guest!” I snapped. All in smiles, of course, but still, I had to let someone know my thoughts. “Tea? I just had tea! *pointing across the street* and just ...
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