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... to the Mausoleum of Mustafa Amed Kammel Atta Turk, the father of modern Turkey, also an impressive monument, we got to see the changing of the guards. After this we were on our way to the next stop in the tour, Capadoccia.The boat tour on the Bosphorus was most enjoyable, either side of the
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different periods, fortresses, buildings, parks, boardwalk, etc.,
... sunny, not too hot, the kids were great, had a lovely lunch... I've been so happy today! It makes me not want to go... The boys made me a card each, with drawings and a message from each of them. It made me tear up slightly.
Now for the soppy ending... I don't know really what to say.
I am getting on my flight in 8 hours, and I just don't want to leave. Turkey has been a bit of a life changing experience for me. I have re-considered what I thought would be ...
... at an enormous rate. Arrived in Ankara right on peak hour traffic time and as there are several million living here it was a bit chaotic – car horns tooting everywhere. A very nice room on the 7th floor of the Hilton Hotel and we get an amazing view out of our window. Had a set menu for dinner tonight and are still eating too much. It has been a very interesting day as there has been so much to ...
... enjoying a beer by the small stream that runs through campus while reading. It's a pretty common thing to do among the students. We also made a friend with someone from Syria, his name is Kanjo. We've been hanging out with him this week and even played tennis with him yesterday. I had no idea the magnitude of the awful violations of humanity going in Syria until I met and talked with him. My thoughts will be with him and his people ...
... downhill til I found something familiar!
A fine and humid summers morning for my zigzag climb up the hill to the superb Museum of Anatolian Civilizations. This is one of the world's great archeological museums. Even though I have visited before(2002), it took me 4+ hours to feel like I had done it justice! Also it completed the circle of my Anatolian travels - the best portable stuff from all the important sites visited in the east & on ...