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This is all too much for me, so I will go with what Selšuk said about the sites.
This was the most exciting day of the trip. We visited the Hittite imperial capital city, called Hattusas. The Roman and Greek ruins we have been seeing dated from 3rd century BC to 4th century AD. The ...
... who work for the government think it has lots of problems. So my german friends who don't yet have a sim card risk getting their phones blocked in a couple of weeks if they haven't got their residence permit by then. We can only get our residence permit when we have a fixed address, and as we are doing the language course here most of us are only here temporarily and are still looking for flats. Situations. I am most annoyed with the turkish government. ...
Our martyrs memorial is located in one of the most traffic congested area of Kathmandu. Its a mini-roundabout in one way street with half sized handless statues which are indistinguishable from each other. But then again I wonder, a place where we leave Gods in the street corner with dogs licking the leftover of blood stain from sacrificed animals or sweets stuffed in the mouth, we have a long way to go to honour humans.
My quest for a Nepalese Hero ...
... the world and the right forearm and hand (preserved in a golden covering) of Saint John the Baptist who is considered one of the most important Saints in Turkish tradition.
Immediately upon arriving in Ankara we jumped feet first into Turkish History 101 with an intensive two hours of Turkish history while our guide explained to us the role that President ...
... 8217;t buy him anything! One word to describe them….yummy!
Close by, cheap bracelets were also being sold, like 5 TL each (2.00 CDN). They highly resembled my Pandora’s bracelet which I had back home plus they had the famous Turkish evil eye protection beads which I was seeing everywhere in Turkey….plus they were ...