Ankara Hotel Midi
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... brought seats out to the street for waiting customers & nibbles for those of us seated & waiting for our meals. The food was definitely worth the wait.
The TV news that night told of a heat wave in Istanbul- We know!!
The tour left early as there were 740km to Cappadocia. We learned more about Istanbul from our guides commentary- the Ottomans reigned for 600 years until 1918 & Suliyman the Great had the longest reign of 46 years. The Romans ...
... race buried underneath them. But before that we visited a memorial site on top of a hill for a war between Turkey and Greece when Turkey announced that it was going to become independent, it was another war that Atatürk fought at. But back to Gourdion. We went to a museum with artefacts of different materials such as Clay and Bronze. The mounds with people buried in them had valuables as well because it is believed ...
... encounter travelling in Australia. The food here has been good at the various restaurants and cafes that we have eaten at along the way (apart from some of the hotel buffets!) and relatively inexpensive compared to Perth. The 3 course lunch that we had yesterday was only about A$30 a head and most of our meals have been around A$15 each. We arrived at Trabzon after a short flight (the people in the seats in front of us ...
... moment when a waiter offered me salmon on a spoon (not something I'm usually faced with...) I took it, and slurped it off the spoon. The waiter was still there looking at me. I kind of "shooed" him away (I'm even ashamed to type that). It was only when I realised he had another tray for the empty spoons that I went bright red, apologised, and made a swift exit.
At the back of the garden was a sort of band stand thing with a ...
... political cases it will take years to get through the system. Scary.
Our classes are interesting- on Turkish politics, government, economy, etc. We did a lot of hanging out and getting to know one another as a group this week, and a lot of writing our semi-daily journal entries for class. We went to the mall, spent some time at Drunk and got to hang out with Professor Petrie, which is always interesting.
Last night, our last night in ...