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... travels. The transfer from station to Koswar Hotel allowed us to digest this city by night- the streets were set alight with gaudy neon signs. The busy traffic and buses were a surprising contrast to the nearly abandoned paths. When we finally reached the hotel, I beelined it for the shower-don't think I've yearned for one more in my life!! Time afforded us only short r & r in this lovely lodgings before we started discovering this gem of a country!
As Zeki would begin the second half of his Anatolia tour in Ankara, we left Akyaka a few days beforehand so I could pack and get all my uni paperwork sorted. Zeki also needed to buy some things for his trip. Zeki was in Ankara until my last day so it was nice to be with him until the end. The weather was lovely, it wasn't as hot as in Akyaka so I wasn't melting as soon as I stepped outside, so we could go for nice walks in the local parks and eat ice creams. I had ...
... more difficult than when I first got my turkish sim card 2 years ago. First I went to the phone shop that does the registering but they told me I had to go to the bank to pay the fee to the government, but when I got the bank they told me I needed a special number from the government. So I went to the place to get this number but they told me I needed a residence permit first. STUPID SYSTEM. Every turkish person I have spoken to hates this new system and ...
Ankara, Turkey is the modern capitol of Turkey. We know that it is a modern international
city because it has 80 Starbucks. The
food is great. Last night we had Kopte
(beef patties) in a spicy tomato sauce.
The meat was nicely spiced as well.
Today at lunch we had Gozlemke which is like a calzone. The food is so flavorful. We visited the European Famous Museum of
... Not experiences that either MR or I were looking for, but necessary to keep all of us happy on the long drive! Along the way, I had a chance to reflect on our time in Istanbul and wanted to share with you five fun facts about Istanbul I picked up in our travels:
1. Istanbul is the only city in the world that stands in two different continents, Europe and Asia. ...