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... in Ankara and the pre ottoman/ottoman empire museum, also Kale, where Can and Ceylan took me, really good to learn of Attaturk's history, but the Ottoman empire museum was interesting but unless you are interested in that sort of a thing, it was sort of boring. However while in Kale we went to a train table Cafe which was really cool. After seeing these cool places, we had to pack our bags, got a picture, got a nice lecture ...
... it salt. Some of us took our shoes off and walked in the water. At first it was quite rough on the feet but after awhile it was easier. When we were walking to the lake there were people that put this salt mixture on your hands. After you rubbed it on your hands and then washed it off your hands felt so soft. I don't think my hands have every felt so soft. No one on the tour bought any of it, it was ...
... in an old domed market and has exhibits from as far back as 3000BC. These included coins, pottery, jewellery, statues, wall reliefs, glass, weapons and bones. I enjoyed it despite two problems - Nic wasn't into it and 3 of the 5 halls were closed for renovation. In the afternoon we had lots of fun cruising the local Ulus market....clothes, shoes, kitchen wear, dried fruit/nuts and Turkish ...
I dont really know what to say about last tonight to be honest. The American Independence day Embassy Party was a very surreal affair.
We arrived to be faced with armed guards, a queue to get in, flags up the drive way... there were people in uniform everywhere. We walked up the red carpet to the entrance of the very grand house, and was immediately thrust into a queue to shake hands with a whole line of people (none of whom I knew of, ...
... and explored the campus a bit. Used taxis to get out and had an amazing lunch at a small restaurant in the city. We also stopped by a market to buy some groceries for our rooms.
Of course on the way back we got lost.. again. Big shock. We walked, and walked wile lugging groceries and finally resorted back to a taxi again. Can't even remember how much money I've spent on taxis these past few days.