Ankara Plaza Hotel
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... Turkish train departed but which seemed to leave almost on time. But Kayseri which we were scheduled to reach at 2am Saturday wasn't reached until 4. Lots of people got off there, including two of my compartment companions. I didn't see them all get off but in the morning the train was very empty. Don't know why, though maybe it had something to do with being the first major city we passed through so a good place for the traders.
And we finally pulled into Ankara ...
The last of the almost full day of driving. Today was another 8 hours drive down as we headed back up.
Along the way we stopped by the Salt Lake to take photos.
We stopped by Ankara which is the capital of turkey. It was very messy with a lot of litter all around. There were many houses atop the hill near the castle which were apparently bought back by the Turkish govt as they were ...
... then my bag is searched. This is 9.10pm and my flight is due to depart at 9.20pm. I get through, I ask where I go, they point and say RUN. I do, I get to the gate. I left my phone at security. At this point I almost gave up. Sprinted back to the security, got my phone, sprinted back to the gate, and with literally seconds to spare I got the flight. I was sweaty and horrible and everyone on the flight glared at me. But I sat down, and just silently started to cry again. ...
... Alumni award. He owns a company here in Ankara who are very invested in geothermal energy and is very intelligent and well versed in all public affairs regarding Turkey. The restaurant we went to was known for it's tradition Turkish cuisine and was absolutely delicious.
Today on our first day off we went to the Atatürk Mausoleum with Professor Petrie. Atatürk is highly revered in Turkey as being a founding father in ...
... as well as reforming education (he wanted girls to go to school- he had a quote about Turkish women needing to be just as smart and well educated as the men to be good citizens RIGHT ON), He changed the Turkish alphabet from an Arabic alphabet to a Latin one. He's like the George Washington of Turkey only cooler and if you say something bad about him you can get arrested. (This same arrest rule does not apply to current administrations- ...