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... we saw a 3 level suite with lounge area, daybed, inbuilt spa bath and separate shower/bathroom, very luxurious and cool! After a very homely meal in the cute hotel dining room we had some drinks around the campfire and chatted to another tour group also staying at the hotel (predominantly Aussies). They shared their stories of the places they'd been, filling us with excitement of what's still to ...
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 ...
... flag. I took a moment to stop and look around. I felt like I was in California, and that I really didn't belong. I was probably the youngest person there, and I couldn't stop thinking that everyone there probably think I contribute to the embassy in some way or another, or at least I'm important in other ways. Little do they know I'm an art student from Bristol. Hmm.
There were the Turkish and American national anthems, ...
... political cases it will take years to get through the system. Scary.
Our classes are interesting- on Turkish politics, government, economy, etc. We did a lot of hanging out and getting to know one another as a group this week, and a lot of writing our semi-daily journal entries for class. We went to the mall, spent some time at Drunk and got to hang out with Professor Petrie, which is always interesting.
Last night, our last night in ...
... in a place, rucksacks on back, without any pre booked accommodation. We sorted that ok and then went in search of the Tourist Info. For those who know Tim well, you will appreciate he cannot function properly without a trusty map in tow. No repeat customer service experience this time. A guy called "November" had us sitting round a map where he proceeded to scrawl all over it and then decided to order tea and Turkish bread. Despite us just having lunch we felt obliged ...