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... br> Anyway we went to the meeting, a normal meeting, at the end of it I thanked my old host family for everything, then we went out to the car park, where my old host mother went and got her car with all of my bags in it, then my new host mother came over in her new car, a brand spanking new Mercedes Benz CLA 200, I though It was a joke at first, I was like no way, but we then put my bags into her car, filled It right up, then we drove to my new host home about a 10 minute car ...
... 65 mi) northeast of Konya, 150 km (93 mi) south-southeast of Ankara and 57 km (35 mi) northwest of Aksaray.
Anıtkabir (literally, "memorial tomb") is the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the leader of the Turkish War ...
... encounter travelling in Australia. The food here has been good at the various restaurants and cafes that we have eaten at along the way (apart from some of the hotel buffets!) and relatively inexpensive compared to Perth. The 3 course lunch that we had yesterday was only about A$30 a head and most of our meals have been around A$15 each. We arrived at Trabzon after a short flight (the people in the seats in front of us ...
... with locals. We ended up eating here several times and highly recommend it. It's in the busy pedestrian street on Mc Donald's side of the street across from the Kizilay Mall.
Besi Balik Pisirme
Selanik Caf. No: 9/A
Tel: (0312) 435 19 09
Generous fish kebabs, grilled Sea Bream and best fish soup ever, all fresh and delicious. All meals come with mixed salad and ...
... to postpone their service when hopefully things are getter.
We’re staying in a new hotel tonight, a Crowne Plaza, which has a 5-star rating. It’s like a normal Crowne Plaza in the US, nothing special, but it has US features which is really nice. What features you ask? Tissues in the bathroom, a normal hair dryer (not the European ones that don’t dry a damn thing), an ironing board and a bed ...