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... this respect is by singing the Turkish National Anthem at the very start of the day on Monday and the last thing done on Friday afternoon, also by looking at the picture of Atatürk which is in every room of the school while singing the anthem. I also forgot to add that TED stands for "Türk Eğitim Derneği" which from what I have heard means Turkish Education Association. Sorry for the missed pieces of information, but I have just remembered them today(being the 23-3-15).
... So we only saw a small portion of the museum. From there we walked to our hotel which was up a slope near the museum. The hotel divan Cukurhan was lovely. The best hotel through out our trip. In is in a restored caravansaray. Lovely setting. It is just opposite the Ankara ...
More people live here than in NZ but not many tourists really come here. Of course there are lots of foreigners in the Embassy area but we are in an older part of town and only saw a few other tourists at the Citadel and the Museum. The place is a bit confusing because it is hilly and the Hotel had run out of maps and the one in the LP is smallish. A nice Turkish guy told him to follow us to ...
... lunch in hand, off we go. I turn up at 8am for the scheduled staff meeting to find... nobody. Hmm. The boys are off playing, so I have a little wander around. I take the initiative to ask the first person I see whether they have anything to do with the summer school and whether I can follow them. Thankfully, both answers were yes.
The staff meeting was utterly uninformative. There had been a week previous to the one I was working already, and everyone else ...
Ankara, the capital of Turkey is unwisely avoided by most visitors to the country. That gave us an opportunity to see the real Turkey away from the tourist trail. When we arrived we expected to see a very serious city full of government officials and bureaucrats. Sasha and Dasha realized nothing can be further from the truth with lots of help from our Couch-surfing host Mohamed.
After leaving the otogar we rode a few stops on the metro and got off ...