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TravelPod Member ReviewsDoga Residence Ankara
Shame about the wine and the food
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TripAdvisor Reviews Doga Residence Ankara
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... some of them being...
-Went to see the World Championships of Wind surfing as they are held in Çeşme
-Went to various out-door open markets and bazaars
-Got my first try of Flash Okey (A Turkish table game)
-Did 2 boat tours, one with a Rotaract club and also one with Judy, Nida and my New Zealand exchange mate Ryan
-We had various dinners together outside, including the Aus/NZ dinner Ryan and I made
-They took me ...
... airport so I'm well placed for my early morning flight to Gatwick.
And that's it!
6 weeks feels like a long time. And there have been some tedious bits. but lots of memorable things too - Song Kul Lake in Kyrgyzstan (though not necessarily the staying in a freezing cold yurt) Samarkand, Bokhara and Kiva in Uzbekistan - the reason for the journey and lived up to expectations. Weird and wonderful Turkmenistan with golden statues of the President but also ...
... completely sucked Trace in; she turned back to select an exorbitantly priced pair of fluffly socks.
At coffee Tracey spent the ten minutes justifying her purchase, and feeling so proud of her charitable deed, trekked back up the hill to get a photo. As we got closer we watched her put a finger over one nostril and proceed blow into a concrete bush-mans hanky. Tracey determined to get her photo ignored the filthy gesture. In the ten minutes gone, the lady had forgotten ...
... down wen the gear, down went the flaps, and we slowed quickly. It was really fun and I was on cloud 9. The landing s smooth and we taxied to our waiting parking slot. The handling agent (mandatory here) was really friendly and we filled up Maggie in no time. Amazingly, this would be the last time we would need to fill her up for the entire trip. We started realizing that soon we'd be doing everything for the last time. Our taxi driver to the airport must have been related ...
... seemed to take a bit of a liking to me and sat next to me pretending to sleep, but really just trying to touch my arm. Lol it was weird. Exhausted and tired, I was happy to finally arrive in Ankara, where I got ripped off by a zealous taxi driver, to my hotel downtown Ankara. I took a shower and went straight to bed and slept a few hours until I went out looking for fresh produce later on in the morning. ...