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... with Zeki in the cubicle with me holding the drip. But while we were doing this I somehow dislodged the needle in my arm. When I got back to the bed I looked at my arm and noticed that it had turned into a big balloon of fluid from the drip. I panicked and screamed - I thought I was going to die for a minute, but Zeki got a nurse and she took the drip out. When I was discharged I went home to sleep. I still have stomach pains, but I'm taking it easy and Zeki is looking after me. ...
... and sort of mumble it discount - indirim - I dream (and it will never happen) In Turkey, education is compulsory. Children start at age 6, and finish high school at age 18. If you do not enroll your child, you must pay a fine, and may be imprisoned. Schooling is free through grade 8, and then you buy books and uniforms for high school. At the end of your senior year, everyone in the country sits for a final exam. Your ...
... the Süha line counter. The board tells us that they go to Cappadocia.
“Do you have a bus to Göreme?” we ask.
“There is space on the 9 o’clock bus. How many? Five? That’ll be 30 lire (US$ 17) each.”
“Can we use a credit card?”
Amazing! In an hour we will be on our way and arriving at Göreme by one thirty. Plenty of time ...
... sat in a simit (pretzel) cafe drinking heavily sugared çays until dawn broke. First impressions of the city are therefore probably a little skewed. I recall a drawn out search for a toilet, dark empty streets and a man sitting in a park, warming his hands over the cardboard box he'd set alight. An hour or so later, the streets were awash with suits and the roads roaring and beeping with traffic. Spent ...
... in Turkey is quite good, and with some bread and tea, is an excellent buy.
We were planning on staying just one day here, but, why get in such a big rush? So, we took the next day touring that famous museum; I guess I'm glad I saw it, but really have no desire to return.
So, the next day, we jumped to bus to go to Cappadocia.
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking