Ankara Gordion Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... language is going well but very slowly as it is very different from the English language, especially grammatically. I am finding adjusting to the meals is very hard, as in Turkey, they eat the way the food Pyramid is supposed to be eaten, e.g. Largest meal for breakfast, smallest meal for dinner, compared to Australia, small meal for breakfast, largest meal at dinner. Also my family has a house keeper, she does everything, cooks, cleans, ...
Today we went to the Ankara Castle. There is not much there and they do not know much about it, so I can't not tell anything about it. It did have great views of the city. We then went to Ataturk Mausoleum which is the Mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. He was the founder of the Turkey Republic. He changed nanny things for the country. I can't remember everything he did but some of them are, got rid of ...
... every hour and they could be from the Army, Navy or the Airforce. There were two cars that belonged to him in one of the buildings and in another there was the gun carriage that carried his body to the burial site. After visiting the mausoleum we had lunch at a restaurant in the city. It was a three course meal and included the traditional meal of kebab which was turkish bread cut into cubes and resting on top was thinly sliced ...
... up looking after two children, but I'm also doing house work and making snacks and packed lunches, they are now letting me hug them when they have hurt themselves and taking comfort from it... it makes time fly by. I read them a story at 6.40pm this evening, both ready for bedtime at 7pm. They complimented me on my story telling skills, (which, I have always prided myself on...) and asked for another.
... Midi, we traveled down the streets of Ankara in the rain, dragging our luggage through. We were attempting to look for a bus station but never found it. Decided on taxis instead.
Now we have arrived at the Middle Eastern Technical University in Ankara. We are in a guest house, on a huge hill with a great view. But this house is insanely far from anything cool. A few of us traveled out into the city ...