BEST WESTERN Hotel Ikibin-2000
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... wouldn't be worth the trouble. The second thing that happened was that one of the fellow exchange students had to return to Mexico early from his exchange, the exchange students name was Rodrigo, he was loved by everyone that knew him, a truly amazing bloke with a heart of gold, he gave some of the best advice possible for fellow exchange students and when new exchange students come to Turkey, I will pass it on again. Rodrigo was also special because i have heard when he came to ...
... old. There are paintings from Çatalhöyük dated between 7500-5000 BC. We saw cuneiform tablets with their envelopes.
Nearby is the old town where I was able to get a black and ivory tablecloth with the same motif that I had seen in the museum from the Hittite period. The shop was run by a German guy, and I also got an adorable beach coverup in black with the same Hittite motif in bright colors.
Not a hot day. A cold front came through, bringing ...
... as we entered the city and we finally reached the hotel where we would leave our luggage while we went to the Grand Bazaar at about 2.20pm. We would leave our travel mates at the bazaar as they are to spend the night in Istanbul before continuing their journeys or going back to their homes. All agreed it was a great trip and we had all become friends. We took the tram to the bazaar and walked around there for a little ...
... up. Rachel was telling me that she babysat for me when I was a kid, now I'm looking after her children, and maybe one day they will look after mine. If that ever happens, I hope they can bring just a fraction of that imagination to it. I hope they remember what its like to be constantly creative.
I have made fleeting relationships with a lot of people, felt attachment and loss in goodbyes, and I have grown to really love Turkey as a country, and its people. I have not ...
... of manmade homes), and also with plaster relief animals (mostly bulls' heads, though leopards also seemed popular). The museum in Konya said that these reliefs incorporated actual animal parts, though the Ankara museum didn't mention that. Still, I suspect that at least the bulls' horns were real.
There were also numerous obese naked female figurines (mother goddesses? or ancient pornography? who knows?), including the really famous one ...