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... victor in Gaeilge v Farsi.
The highlight of the day, however, was our ferry trip across Lake Van in the early evening. This four hour trip bore full witness to the treasure that is the Iranian people. We had observed that, aboard the train, there were a handful of ensembles of Western tourists (a solitary slip of a Japanese girl the pluckiest amongst us all!). Roaming the boat, we noticed how each group had been adopted by individuals, ...
... Turning on the pitot heat straightened that out and it wasn't a big delay, but it just surely wasn't what we had anticipated. The IMC soup lasted until literally right abeam Baghdad. Unfortunately it was still too hazy to make out anything but the surburbs. It wasn't the overflight that I had anticipated. At least the weather cleared and we were free of the clouds. We did get a better look at Mosul and it was interesting to fly over the city names we remember from ...
... the windows on the bus with their brooms connected with hoses. There are also waiters screaming out to customers for hot tea with sugar. Since I was the only tourist on the bus, they sat me right at the front of the bus on a small chair on the stairway where I could take some pictures of the majestic snow laden country side. I moved to the back of the bus by the end of the night where the ...
... for the language.
Established a common currency.
Turkey is our ally in NATO. It is
part of the European Union but did not accept the Euro (very clever). The trouble on the Syrian border has not
affected the rest of the country. Our
guide thinks Syria bombing Turkey was a mistake as some have said, because why
would you attack a member of NATO where a attack on one is an attack on ...
Hi friends and family!
After a long jetlaged night, we woke up and parted ways. My dad went to a day full of meetings and my mom and I toured Ankara.
Still full from last night’s dinner, we left the hotel at 9:30am and met our tour guide Serdar (meaning general). The Otolaryngology congress arranged for him to give us a private tour. He first drove us to Ataturk’s Mausoleum. ...