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To all those people waiting on the edge of their seats to find out...Turns out the coffee that the barista brought me was a gift! (see my previous entry)
I managed to buy a dress for the Embassy party I'll be attending tomorrow night. (I know, fancy right?!). Now, please allow me 2 seconds of being unbelievably girly - I bought the dress from Mango, usually an upper class sort of high street store that in England I cannot afford. There was an "Indirim" (sale) on in the ...
... places built in the memories of their heroes are of architecture magnificence & almost everywhere are located in wide open space. These places are built for the people to remember their history & admire the sacrifices made to exist as a nation. Here people feel privileged, humbled and proud in their heart for being a citizen of the nation.
Few years back, I was on my own quest to find Nepalese Heroes.I bought few history books, some unauthorized ...
... modern Ankara. All over the city there are reminders of his contribution to the modern capitol and to Turkish society in general.
His aggressive military leadership helped repel the Allied naval assault at Cannakkale and the amphibious landings on the Aegean side of the Gallipoli peninsula in 1915.
He organized resistance to the Greek invasion after World War I and to a great extent secured ...
... I wish I could have stopped and taken some pictures. They would have been great in the orange glow of the moonrise.
Oasis travel is aware of my missing bag. Hopefully they will find it tomorrow when their office is open.
Tomorrow starts early again. This time with a hot air ballon ride.
We decided to travel in style and have an overnight train in Sleeper Class from Ankara to Adana. The bunk beds were an interesting challenge, with naturally me being on top bunk. When we got on board (this is 1st class hospitality) we were handed tuc biscuits, water, orange juice and a bar of chocolate. I was starving so that all got ate before we left the platform in Ankara! We went to the buffet car and met John, a straggler from the line dancing crew (see previous blog) who ...