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Travel Blogs from Ankara
... to the bottom of the hill where we were going to visit the museum of anatolian civilisations, I was in agony. So at the pazar I bought myself a walking stick, and its helping especially for going up hills and stairs, which I'm having to do everyday as the campus is very hilly. So even though I am getting even more strange looks from the locals, I can walk better now. I will use my day off tomorrow to rest. ...
... until you are 40. Only men are required to do national service, though women can join the military if they choose. The length of service depends on your rank. If you join as a private or corporal, you only have to do 6 months. If you join as an officer, you owe the country 15 months. You earn about $1000 per month of service, which is necessary, because you lose your job space when you go into the program. For the first ...
... shops and purchase some last minute items; shaving cream, toothpaste, soap and delicious looking chocolate bars. Other passengers actually sit down for a quick meal.
We arrive, via a stop in Nevşehir, pretty much on time. We have been told to phone the hotel when we arrive and they will come to pick us up. A van arrives in no time and we are driven all of five blocks to be welcomed at the Peri Cave Hotel by administrator Fatih Yarar. ...
... 10 degrees and rain falling on us for the first time since October. The locals in Göreme didn't seem to tolerate the cold very well, keeping their wood burners stacked up so that any indoor space felt like a sauna.
Now we are back in Ankara, planning on visiting Safronbolu (a town of Ottoman houses) for the next few days. Heard it's been snowing in England already : )
... room near the Museum -- with a slightly musty smell, I must admit, but at least at a hotel that doesn't rent out rooms by the hour. (The neighborhood around the hotel, by the way, seems quite normal during daylight hours, with all signs of prostitution swept out of sight -- it apparently only gets creepy after dark.)
The next morning, I stowed my pack at the hotel and headed straight for the Museum, which didn't disappoint. The ...
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