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... the exit stamp (so no-one had tried to avoid them). That was the Iranian bit done. And the train travelled a few miles to the Turkish border where we all had to get out and stand in a long line to hand our passports in, and then stand outside (not allowed back on the train) while everyone else had their passports checked and while they went through all the stuff in the baggage wagon. By the time this all finished it was late, and dark. But the evenings fun had just ...
Before I start, I must warn you that this particular blog post is full of complaints and a rather unhappy Kathy. I must state though, that after having slept, its all OK again.
I said goodbye to Dan, my lovely boyfriend, at Temple Meads station at 8am on Sunday 30th June. This upset me as it was, to leave him for such a long time was always going to be difficult.
I must note, that I had to move my life into storage the day before, and barely slept because of ...
... Chi Minh's mausoleum with its enforced solemnity.
Afterwards, we head out to the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations. It's surrounded by a lovely garden-in-progress recently stoked with manure. I'm rather surprised by how small the museum actually is. It's housed primarily in what once was the Mahmut Paşa bazaar storage building and Kurşunlu Han or Inn. The buildings date to the 15th Century during the Ottoman era.They have been nicely restored to ...
... places built in the memories of their heroes are of architecture magnificence & almost everywhere are located in wide open space. These places are built for the people to remember their history & admire the sacrifices made to exist as a nation. Here people feel privileged, humbled and proud in their heart for being a citizen of the nation.
Few years back, I was on my own quest to find Nepalese Heroes.I bought few history books, some unauthorized ...
... Sometimes when we come back at night in taxis, the dogs (about german shepard size) CHASE THE TAXIS. It's been an experience, to say the least.
Mostly this week we've been going to class and trying new foods (only one case of food poisoning so far and it wasn't me! aww yeah. Sorry Nathan.) We pretty much play a game that one of my roommates, Allison, calls "Restaurant Roulette". This is fitting, because we usually point at words we ...