Limak Ambassadore Hotel Ankara
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... Crafter, but a European version with the driver on the left hand side. After a short 10 minute bus ride I arrived at my school, which I will be spending over 70% of my exchange, TED Ankara College. This school is huge, it is set up more like a University rather than a high school, with the pre-school, primary school, middle school and the high school on the same campus it is huge, also incorporating an American Style Cafeteria, also with other various shops such as ...
One of the most significant places in Ankara is Anitkabir, a large park on a hill overlooking the city. It contains the Mausoleum of Ataturk, the founder of modern Turkey. The Mausoleum is a huge but simple building, with marble floors, big columns and a decorated roof. The coffin has nothing in it and the tomb is below. There were many Turks there paying homage to this important man, who of course is known to NZers for his role at Gallipoli. The best part ...
... school teaching you stick to basic stuff all the time. Yes, there are the challenges of making everything fun and exciting to keep them concentrating, but in terms of reflecting my own creative input, I don't think I can do it. This turned into a fairly big lifechanging moment for me.
Luckily, the fun I had at school didn't allow me to think about this too long. I had a great time working with the other adults, and formed relationships (albeit fleeting ones) ...
... cost street stalls full of cheap clothing. It was a cherry season and fruits were everywhere. Sasha and Dasha walked all day next day. In the morning we got our train tickets to Kars. Then we headed towards the Ataturk mausoleum.
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (literally means Father of the Turks) has a special place in the hearts of all Turkish people. Just like Lenin in the former Soviet Union. His pictures are omnipresent. In our hotel in Edirne ...
... for some reason unknown to me. I then found two cheap hotels but by some kind of annoying coincidence they looked to be very close to the train station where I had arrived a hour or so ago, I would never have known this however so there was no point in getting annoyed. Another metro trip and a bit of a walk and I was getting too annoyed looking for the hotel so I walked into the first one I saw and bargained a room down from 70 to 50 Lira (about £17) this ...