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... in Ankara and the pre ottoman/ottoman empire museum, also Kale, where Can and Ceylan took me, really good to learn of Attaturk's history, but the Ottoman empire museum was interesting but unless you are interested in that sort of a thing, it was sort of boring. However while in Kale we went to a train table Cafe which was really cool. After seeing these cool places, we had to pack our bags, got a picture, got a nice lecture ...
... off with some sort of bun with cheese inside and a simple salad. Our main course was a stuffed egg plant with meat. Our guide said it was like minced meat. It was really good. To finish it off we had balaclava and really Turkish tea. Usually you are offered apple tea, which the Turkish people only give to Tourists. Forgot to say that we went to a Lake called Salt Lake. It is where 60 percent of ...
... to the old fashioned romanticism of letter writing!
I can't quite believe how boring my posts have gotten! Just. Too. Tired. I did get the fright of my life a minute ago though when one of the boys doors opened and no one came out - its such a quiet house that it made a massive noise!
I'm staying up to skype dan, but otherwise, I have to say goodnight to you.
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... 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 ...
... right when we got to the airport in Istanbul. We all had to buy a visa and get our passport with our visa checked. The lines were insanely long and none of us could speak any Turkish. Thankful for a nice lady who helped us TREMENDOUSLY. If she wasn't there we all would have missed our flight. Two of our fellow travelers did miss it due to baggage issues but they still made it here safely.