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... is not an elite and very few speak English. Most of them had brand new passports (it seemed) and they rely on a treaty struck by Ataturk and the last Shah's father that allows visa-free transit between the two countries. It seems that deal comes to an end soon and the whole thing could stop, which might stop the train running.
After a while of watching all these piles of stuff being checked in I saw some arguments break out between potential travellers and the ...
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. ...
... Today, our first of 3 days off, we went to the Ataturk Mausoleum and Museum with Professor Petrie who arrived last night as Professor Graham went to some fancy dean meeting in Istanbul. The Mausoleum moment is HUGE and interesting- Ataturk was a revolutionary leader in the early 20th century who not only gained freedom for Turkey from the Greeks and everyone else who was trying to knock out the Ottomans, he was also a huge part of Turkey's move ...
Sorry I have been slacking on the blog, this one will
summarize my last days in Germany.
Dachau was a great experience, very sobering and really told of the
history that Germany holds. In
Dachau we went through the museum, which was once where the SSR officers were
housed, as well as the barracks that prisoners were forced into. We spent a
good 4 hours here and then decided to head out to ...