Ankara Hotel Midi
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... doesn't have to be the "School Uniform", some kids roll up to school in black set of jeans with a black Ralph Lauren (This is a majorly popular brand amongst the rich kids here haha) jumper on. Others come in a 3000 dollar suit, so it is nothing major, all they want is you to be at school. Also in Australia, some kids just really never cared about their education and therefore put in no effort, this happens in TED Ankara college as well but a hell of a lot more ...
... is the most expensive residential area in Europe and only the super rich can live there, with prices in the tens of millions. There are two suspensions bridges spanning the Straight and a third one is under construction, there are also subway lines under it. After the boat ride we ate street food at the dock, mackerel sandwiches, and boarded the bus for Ankara where we were to spend the night and tour the capital city the next ...
... with sauce and with yoghurt on the side. They then poured melted butter over the top (I only had a little drop on mine!). It sounds strange and it was very rich but it was absolutely delicious. Carrying on past Ankara we passed more beautiful mountain scenery before we arrived in Safranbolu. Our hotel is in a restored Ottoman mansion and is very quaint and rustic. It is high on a hill and we went up steep wooden stairs to get to ...
As we moved into central Turkey, much of the landscape was very dry and rose to limestone hills in the distance. Some of the land was farmed, but a great deal was treeless, barren and stark. Water and winds have created interesting formations. Many of the smaller hills that we could see were, in fact, man-made, as they were burial mounds that had been constructed around a ...
... free and I just had to get a copy of my visas from before Turkmenistan and after Turkmenistan and a copy of the passport.
I came to Turkey about 4 years ago and loved it. I passed through Ankara, which is the capital of the Asia side and wasn't impressed. This time was a bit different. I only stayed in the city center. When I passed through years ago, I saw ...