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... we had been using to learn Turkish. So our teacher who is one of the nicest blokes you will ever meet, said basically as we could not get online, we had a day off. So we went chilling on the streets of Eskisehir, some people shopping, then we went to the cafe for a quick drink, we then went back to the lesson room for chilling time, we sat and listened with our teacher Halil to the classics from the classic bands, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Metallica, Slash, then back to the hotel so ...
... friend Hamish, we both sat with our teacher Halil, who enlightened us to what Turkey is really like and what has been happening in Turkey that has been screened and blocked out from the rest of the world, in one sentence, "Some scary Sh*t". After this we went back for our afternoon session, after this we went back to the Hotel and then went to a rotary meeting where Hamish and I sat together and talked to this 17 year old Turkish girl in year 12, she made us ...
... seems to be the case here!
We eventually get to the station in plenty of time.
The train had bunks again, but was a real bone rattler! We rattled and grumbled our way for hours until I finally fell asleep, only to be woken by David before 5.00am saying we had to get up, get dressed and change trains. A false alarm again - one and a half hours later we pulled into the station!!
... had lived in Germany for 14 years. We walked back to Dream Catcher and drove off in search of a restored Monumental Tomb, Mezar Aniti, we find it easily as it is visible from the road, we decide to see if there is a camping spot close to it, we will then explore it in the morning . We drive up the track and passed the monument, just behind it is a fairly flat meadow. We set up camp and settle in, it's dark by ...
... carved out of meerschaum but the
carvings were so intricate it was crazy.
After we had seen everything worth seeing in the old town, we
walked down to the archaeological museum, which oddly had a hat exhibition that
day! After that we walked back to the old town to a restaurant that we had seen
earlier. Everyone in the restaurant was eating the same thing, which we guessed
was their speciality and it smelt ...