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... given they aren't a Christian country), but eventually found some in a chemist (paid way too much). Was also looking for antiseptic as concerned about the scratches Helena got as a result of last nights fall.
Saw a corn seller get really agitated at a guy who was selling some sort of candy on a stick. Obviously these street vendors have their territory and don't want others invading it. I thought it was going to develop into an ...
... Ancient Roman Temple of Augustus right next to it. The temple is one of the oldest Roman ruins in the world, so I definitely had to see it. The mosque has kind of been incorporated into the temple ruins its quite cool. The mosque was really pretty, the grounds were in the process of restoration and the work they had done so far was amazing. And the view of the city from there was amazing too. ...
... behind me.
It's a 2+2 seating arrangement rather than the 2+1 on the original bus I'd been booked on to and there's not much leg room but it's more comfortable than the Honningsvag-Rovaniemi bus! Attendant dishes out free cups of water and biscuits and I have to juggle that fine line between keeping hydrated and not wanting the loo every 30mins as we're on a non-stop bus for 2.5hrs!
The Alpine mountain scenery gives way to arid rolling plain with fields of gold ...
... the Visa queue is a good 30 people long, and the passport control had hundreds of people in it already. It was now 8.40pm. I try and say to him my flight leaves soon, frantically pointing to my boarding pass, but he doesnt give a **** and just tells me the same thing. Its 8.45pm. Guess what, I start to cry. I just panicked that I wouldn't get it and would have to stay in Istanbul . A woman near me (I really should have got her name, without her I'd still be in ...
... ve had a lot of lectures on Turkey (duh), like the economy, history and whether or not it should be in the EU, as well as a lecture on Greece and the Euro crisis. Our lecturers are all professors at METU and all speak English very well. On Tuesday, we went the United Nations Food and Agriculture center and learned about the work they do there to eliminate hunger in this part of the world and much of what they do involves working with Governments ...