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... a Turkish army officer, reformiststatesman, and the first President of Turkey. He is credited with being thefounder of the Republic of Turkey. His surname, Atatürk (meaning "Father of the Turks"), was granted to him in 1934 and forbidden ...
... in Anatolia, it’s very unique and the most beautiful ceramics I’ve ever seen and I’ve seen quite a few from Greece, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Bulgaria... all countries that have touted that they have the best ceramics around. It’s nothing compared to what we see here. It’s intricate and sophisticated, absolutely gorgeous. Pierre bought a wine jug that was designed by the Hittites, it’s very nice and unique. It’s ...
... Lira (around 6.00 CDN). Teasingly, I told Michel that by spending less on lunches, I would have more money to buy myself a nice piece of gold jewellery worth at least $3,000.00 CDN. His quick response to this was that he much preferred to eat more! We had an hour of leisure to eat, walk around and even stretch before continuing on with our day’s itinerary!
... to earn a spot and a reputation since I got here, and though it's only been a month, I am starting to see that effort pay dividends. It's a good feeling.
Right now I'm going to leave the school and head home to see if any of our apartment issues have been readily resolved, as we were promised in our meeting yesterday. Keeping the fingers crossed. I'll write more as soon as I can, and hopefully pictures next time.
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... a small walk along a trail in the park, we headed back, looking for a
place to grab some lunch. Five minutes down the road, we saw a sign
with pictures of food so stopped and gestured to a man cutting his
grass with a short-handled scythe. He immediately stopped and
invited us in to the garden table, and then the fun began. He spoke
little English,so we weren't sure he understood that we only wanted a
small bite to eat. At one point, he phoned ...