Ankara Hotel Midi
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Hi all! Made it safely to Ankara after many struggles. Huge language barrier here but somehow we are all making it through.
The 11 hour plane ride to Istanbul was not awful. The man I sat next to was from Iran and he was really nice. However, lots of babies and one dog were on our plane. They didn't become annoying until the last hour or …
... into my room a little more, I got ready for my first day. Rachel was coming back from work to pick me up to take me back to the Embassy. The first thing to note about this journey was the amazing simplicity of calling a taxi in Ankara. On every 3 or 4 lampposts there is a yellow box with "TAKSI" written on it, with a big green button. All you do is press the button, and within 5 minutes, a taxi arrives for you.
I had ...
... by as we leave Pigeon Valley. This portion of our journey will cover less than 200 miles. We bus from sunshine to rain and the landscape evolves to hills and cattle.
We stop for lunch at another tourist enclave outside the Hattusha park. The owner's photo is on the wall and he stops by to check on our service. He starred as Genghis Khan in a movie some years back. He's an older version of the man in the photos, but unmistakeable with his massive jaw ...
... probably one of the most amazing opportunities I've ever had in my life.
Today we visited Atatürk Mausoleum, the burial site of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the first president of Turkey. The site was beautiful, it took us a few hours to explore the entire thing. I'll post a few pictures so you can see for yourself!
Update more soon, I hope everyone's doing well!
PS: I added more Germany pictures to my second entry!
... favour as a special gift and the constant rush-hour traffic that lasts all day we finally got on the road out of there. We headed for a major bridge, Marcin was very keen to get on it. I was a bit disappointed because it was just a bridge. A big bridge but just a bridge. So it took us close to 40 miles to get out of the city sprawl. Istanbul is just that massive and seems to reach on forever. A city of 14 million people of whom roughly half own or work in the mindless, endless ...
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