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Shame about the wine and the food
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Well, we have changed our minds so many times about which way to go to India we are dizzy. Initially we were going through Iran and Pakistan. That is now totally out of the question, we cannot get a visa for Iran anymore, not if you are British, Canadian or American !!! Also the Iran Pakistan border is now too dangerous So, we decided we would fly …
... Turkey has developed industries&education systems since 1923.
Ankara was previously the Hittite settlement of Ankera, named Angora in the Roman /Byzantine era. Angora rabbits are bred there & their wool is important in the fibre industry. More than 100 Embassies are in Ankara & it is the Government capital while Istanbul remains the commercial capital.
Drove past the salt lake - occurring when it was trapped between two volcanic plates. The ...
... radio station which isn't quite Chris Evans' Breakfast Show. Where is everyone. There's not a soul about. The streets are bare and no traffic. I wish Nottingham was like this in rush hour! We speed towards the bus station in about 15mins but dread to think how long it would've taken had the traffic been as busy as last night. Deposited outside and it's yet another free transfer. This hotel is superb value for money!! I even feel compelled to write a review on Trip Advisor ...
To all those people waiting on the edge of their seats to find out...Turns out the coffee that the barista brought me was a gift! (see my previous entry)
I managed to buy a dress for the Embassy party I'll be attending tomorrow night. (I know, fancy right?!). Now, please allow me 2 seconds of being unbelievably girly - I bought the dress from Mango, usually an upper class sort of high street store that in England I cannot afford. There was an "Indirim" (sale) on in the ...
... Under his guidance and with the help of other military leaders, the Republic was declared, Parliament began meeting in Ankara in 1920 and finally the capitol was moved there.
As president he ended the Caliphate, enhanced the rights and position of women in Turkish society, confirmed the separation of mosque and state and moved Turkey in a decidedly secular direction. He transformed Turkish language ...