Esenboga Airport Hotel
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It's midnight on our last night in Turkey. It literally ended with a bang. We booked a room in the Allstar Esenboga Airport hotel so that we could be close by for our 6am flight home. Little did we know that there was a wedding also booked at the hotel that involved, conservatively 750 guests and two fireworks displays. We were able to watch most …
... even more exhausted by going exploring when I will have a tour of the campus tomorrow as an introduction to the language course. I’m hoping that on the tour I will find out where to get a bus to the city centre as I need to find a flat for when I go to Ankara University, and I need to go to the Police department to get my residence permit. Once those two things are done I should be relatively stress free for a while. ...
... made of straw and mud. The cobblestone streets are like walking down a riverbed – this is no place for high heels - and they are dished into the centre with water running down in places. There was quite a big cemetery there which again looked like a riverbed with a few headstones standing up. We were told that this is the way the cemeteries usually look like because they believe that once the funeral is over ...
... moved into one of them. The Turkish practice of leaving food in tepid metal cans all day and then serving had made my stomach feel slightly unsettled and there was no waiting for the troubled individual in the normal, Western toilet so I had to make do with the other one. To call it a toilet was a compliment, it’s a hole in the ground, incapable of flushing or accepting toilet paper. The easiest thing in the world in this position is to **** in your own underpants but I ...
... so I just chose a direction to go in and went down the escalator. Needless to say when you’re tired things just don’t ever seem to go your way and I chose the wrong direction. I found out where the long distance bus terminal was and I thought to myself that at least I could find an internet place there so headed all the way back, using my second ticket, maybe she was right after all. I found an internet cafe at the bus terminal that was called ...
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