Ankara Hotel Midi
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... and she keeps the house looking like it is for sale, but I feel incredibly lazy as in my home in Australia, we all had to work to be able to do fun things, which I believe is better, I miss cleaning, now that is one confession I didn't think i would be admitting to on exchange. I am loving the cold air, especially when exercise. I have one thing to say about Turkish food in Australia, it is not Turkish food, it doesn't even compare for taste ...
... the religious schools, made the schools so they where no longer separate, and gave the the same alphabet as ours. After that we had a another long van ride. I believe it was 4 hours. Along the way we stop for lunch. The lunches were very good. Tomorrow we get up early 4:45 to take the hot air balloon ride. Tonight we went to a local village and had dinner made for us by a local family. The food was great. ...
... Safranbolu is a UNESCO World heritage site and the unique houses have been preserved as well as the stone buildings that line the narrow cobblestone streets. We strolled around the little shops and then went into a cafe/bar and celebrated our second last day together with our travel mates. Strangely enough the barman looked at Sam and I and said 'ah yellow! must be Australians' because we are both blond. We all had a few drinks and ...
... exhausted though. This week has really taken it out of me, I don't know how parents do it... 24 hours a day, forever. It'll be nice to have a holiday, but no wifi unfortunately! I'm going to have to write some drafts and post them all at once when I'm back. The main concern here is that my contact with Dan will be zero to none :( Since we met in March, this will be the first week we haven't spoken. I may have ...
We spent most of this week in class and making a new friend named Kanjo from Syria. One of my favorite parts of the trip has been learning about what life is like for other people around the world- especially with the conditions in Syria right now. I have a new found appreciation for the US, people who I can communicate with and familiar faces and things. I still love to try new things and meet new people, but it's scary to hear about the instability in ...