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... pain, I've never experienced anything like it, I was constantly uncomfortable. So I googled it and the first thing that came up was a kidney infection. The nhs website said if it was a kidney infection I needed to get it seen to immediately otherwise I could get permanent damage, so I started panicking naturally! I bought Zeki a bus ticket and he was here the next morning to take me to the ...
... meant that I got this dress for the princely sum of 39.99TL, which turns roughly into £13.00... Whaat?! :)
I headed back to the Embassy to meet the kids after school and took them to the park with some of the other children as an end of school treat. In the process of playing tag, both boys managed to scrape a knee and an elbow between them. I swept them up, cleaned them up, and at that point realised that I can do this. I didn't panic, or make a fuss, I just cheered them ...
... ways he remains its ever vigilant defender.
Everywhere in Ankara the memory of Ataturk is enshrined. He watches over the city he transformed, from a giant equestrian statue at the apex of appropriately named Ataturk Boulevard.
Kemal is interned at the Anikabir, a giant mausoleum and peace park on a promontory that rises from the heart of the city. There his stately sarcophagus is on display, surrounded ...
... favour as a special gift and the constant rush-hour traffic that lasts all day we finally got on the road out of there. We headed for a major bridge, Marcin was very keen to get on it. I was a bit disappointed because it was just a bridge. A big bridge but just a bridge. So it took us close to 40 miles to get out of the city sprawl. Istanbul is just that massive and seems to reach on forever. A city of 14 million people of whom roughly half own or work in the mindless, endless ...
... and the guy gave them to me for free! I was obviously wearing the right perfume today....
The second half of the journey towards Ankara wasn't so picturesque but the Frenchies (as we affectionately call them) kept us amused trying to make us all act for a little music video they've decided to produce. I sat next to Lu today so I got some of the gossip and stories from previous trips and I interrogated her a bit about what to expect further ...
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