Mega Residence Hotel Ankara
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... experience, my favorite part of it all apart from exercising, playing guitar and just talking with my host family, but my other favorite part was going to Cunda, pronounced Junda in English, because we went there on the big exchange student tour, a really great memory and flash back for me.
We were scheduled to leave on the Saturday, the 26 September, but Yasemin thought the weather was too good to give up, so we went to the beach almost all of the Sa***************ed back ...
... triple lane with several major tunnels to speed up the 6 hour journey. The journey gave me time to reflect on the Syrian Refugee problem in Istanbul. In the street from our hotel to Taksim Square there were many women begging on the footpath with babies and little children. It gave me a deep sense of helplessness I have not experienced in any other community in the world. The Turkish ...
... our waffle dinner, we walked back to our hotel for bed, we were very tired. Around 11 as we were laying down we heard shouts and chants. I thought it was because the Turkish team had won the soccer game. A short while later there were loud bangs followed by yells and sirens. Given the current conflict in Syria, I was nervous, but did feel safe in our hotel. I fell asleep and slept about 5 hours, still adjusting to jet lag. In the morning we ...
... Now that you have that annoying children's song in your head (you can thank me later) let’s see if I can make yesterday’s 6+ hour bus ride interesting.
Our travels from Istanbul to Ankara was not only relaxing but also wonderfully informative. Our guide, whom I’ve completely neglected to mention, is Ender.
Ender is incredible! His information about his country, the sights, culture, the ...
... Kristina's roommate Kayleen made pumpkin Nutella muffins, SO good. I did the dishes and enjoyed haha. It was also a great time hanging out in the kitchen and keeping each other company. All the baked goods were out of this world! For the most part while in Ankara we just hungout and we also went to a movie. We did end up having a very eventful Saturday. In the morning we went with a group of people in search of a traditional ...