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... for my first real time in Turkey
-They let my friend Ryan stay in their house for my last 4 days there before I moved onto the conference in Antalya.
While in Gallipoli we did a lot over the 2 days we stayed there, we stayed in the hotel called the ‘Gallipoli houses’, truly a beautiful and very peaceful place, if you ever consider coming to Gallipoli, I would 100% suggest you go to this hotel.
The hotel is in a Village in almost the ...
... ruins of ancient Silk Road cities with their stories of plunder and massacre by the forces of Ghengis Khan. And Iran - wonderful Iran and wonderful Iranians. So friendly and generous. Individuals met along the way, mostly like ships passing in the night with just conversations as we go (like Tom the Australian on the Tehran to Ankara train) but I received an e-mail from Susumu earlier this evening telling me he is back in Japan but not yet home. But I shall be glad to be home.
... friends not foe and lurched at me holding the camera trying to slap me and push me away while blaring some high-pitched words. Tracey tried calmly to reason with her while I ran away hysterically laughing at the innocent lady’s turn of character.
The second the Iranian man behind the glass gave us a date (five days time) to collect our Visa’s, and we were sure we had ticked off every possible formality and business item - we booked a bus out of this circus town. ...
... Schumacher. We were nearing Germany with the active, aggressive driving. When compared to where we had been, this was a massive change. I didn't think we'd be filming traffic once we left India, but there we were driving by the seat of our pants. We definitely wanted to indulge in some good Turkish food and an Efes while in Ankara. The restaurant suggested by our handling agent was perfect, although we did have to enjoy a half liter of ayran instead of beer since it was a ...
... lot of jewellery stores, which sold gold jewellery and a lot of small restaurants.
In the afternoon, we walked up a hill and climbed to the top. There were a lot of steps and therefore, was quite exhausting reaching the top. We came across an ancient Roman castle, with a a wonderful grassy park, where people came for a picnic. From the top, you can enjoy a breath-taking skyline view of Ankara. ...