Ankara Gordion Hotel
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... around, eventually we met with an exchange student from Ankara, our mate, who was also there but not with our "posy", he was with his father and the New Zealand army.
We had a bit of a chat, then after a bit went into a restaurant and had dinner, then after that went to a café and watched a ‘very important’ Turkish soccer game, after that we returned to the hotel, Chilled out for a bit then we went out for a late night snack, after this we got some sleep ...
... is not an elite and very few speak English. Most of them had brand new passports (it seemed) and they rely on a treaty struck by Ataturk and the last Shah's father that allows visa-free transit between the two countries. It seems that deal comes to an end soon and the whole thing could stop, which might stop the train running.
After a while of watching all these piles of stuff being checked in I saw some arguments break out between potential travellers and the ...
... Museum belong to the 10th, 11th and 12th centuries.
Suddenly it got really windy with a lot of sand and dust blowing so we decided it was time to head off. We went back into Goreme for a bit of shopping (prices are good here). Then we decided to have a good meal for lunch before our drive towards Ankara.
We had a beautiful lunch at a little cafe. One dish we tried was Sac Kavurma - a fried meat and vegetables - very tasty. While there we got chatting to ...
The last of the almost full day of driving. Today was another 8 hours drive down as we headed back up.
Along the way we stopped by the Salt Lake to take photos.
We stopped by Ankara which is the capital of turkey. It was very messy with a lot of litter all around. There were many houses atop the hill near the castle which were apparently bought back by the Turkish govt as they were ...
... long queue on the back of my head. Still, I had no time to worry about that now, it was 9pm. Someone in front of me probably got sick of hearing my sniffs, and handed me a tissue. (again, the kindness of strangers...) I run. First official I see, I ask where to go. She points and says run. Then I have to go through security again. I haven't prepared for this, quickly get myself together and go through, get beeped, my phone is still in my pocket, i put it back, I go ...