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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Jumpers, while others still insist on wearing their black ANZAC lanyards with red poppies from the Gallipoli service. Brad says they are suffering frim an identity crisis, and watching them there does seem to be 'safety in numbers', for if someone asks if they are Australian, there is hell to pay! Then there are the Australians - us - Brad and I, and I have to be honest, The Australians are some of the worst. Bogan accents, clothing and behaviour seems to the ...
... to no pictures on the menu and everything is written in Turkish. Communicating through the language barrier is a science of formulating the right hand gestures and key words...fun little game. (Tip: refer to bread as toast). I had a fun lil experience in the bathroom while waiting on the food....I finish my business, turn around to flush, but how? I find one thing that looks like it might work...give it a go and next thing I know I've managed to ...
Day four of this experience was all about going back in time. Our class had a once and a lifetime experience of witnessing ancient grounds and standing in the same place as some significant people from history.
Together our class and our professors traveled to Ephesus where history is deeply in rooted. Once arriving there we first viewed an area of great importance. It is believed that the Virgin Mary who ...
Slept in so late!! I woke about 7.30am feeling much better than last night but Sarah went back to sleep so I thought I might as well too.. woke again at 1pm! This house must think we are so lazy..haha oops. We clearly needed it though. Once we we finally ready we just decided to head into the city and have a look around. Our couch surfing host didn't end up gong away so he drew up a bit of a map and wrote some places down for us to visit. We caught the metro into ...
... for the next bus to arrive, but we were distracted by the farmer's market across the street first. We ended up walking around for at least an hour. As usual, we bought cherries. This time they were only 2.5 TL ($0.58/lb) so we bought 2 kg (4.4 lb) and another kilogram of organic strawberries (out-of-this-world good). On the way home, we played backgammon on my ipod -- we're trying to come up with ways to kill time on the buses when we are not ...