Allstar Marinem Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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10th of February:Today was my first day of school in a Turkish school, I woke at 7 AM but was meant to be woken by my alarm at 6:30 AM, as the bus coming to pick me up was arriving at 7:10 AM. As I didn't have the school uniform yet all that I could wear was the formal clothes that I brought for going to Rotary meetings, this became my uniform for the next 3 weeks. I didn't have time for breakfast on my first day, so I just did my hair and went on out to the school bus, ...
... like glue, and when I tripped he rescued me. As I left the bus with his $10, somebody commented that I shouldn’t have to pay him for that. I said, "This is for the figurine. I think he rescued me to protect his profit on the figurine." I mainly bought the seal to A) have a Hittite souvenir; and B) to get rid of him. But I actually love the seal as it has the Hittite figures on it that we saw in the ...
... at the many colourful shops and then came back to the hotel to wait for our very early ride to the airport. The traffic is so bad here that we were picked up 4 hours before our flight just in case we got stuck in the traffic. Now we are waiting another 2 and a half hours for our flight to Trabzon. The domestic airport security is pretty much the same as the international and we even needed our passports to check in. There is ...
So this week I haven't written. This is because I wanted to just dive in and enjoy this week as much as I could, without trying to remember to write things down. I've lived it, rather than recorded it, and I feel much better for it. Even though I will undoubtably forget some things, I will also remember that I enjoyed it at the time. Memories aren't supposed to be re-lived forever.
We've done all sorts this week, water park, made a cat, waffle corner... Its been lively ...
... people have gone they don't think there is any point in visiting a grave so they are just left. Unless you have a private family plot graves are used again every five years. This was only a tiny village but very interesting. Back on the bus and off to Eskisehir for lunch at a new shopping centre which was huge. Then to Gordion to have a look at the King Midas tomb where we had to go underground through a long ...