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... lavishly decorated. Overall, it was a very good experience.
I later returned to my hotel and ate from the food I had purchased at the supermarket as well as challot that I brought from Israel.
The next morning I woke up late and ate in the apartment. I decided to walk to the area of the Parliament, which was around a 45 minute walk. The ...
... train. Interesting this was the first border crossing with barbed wire fences on either side of the train. Then about 30 min later we were woken again as we arrived at Kapikule, and this is the only border stop on this trip where you have to get off the train to buy a visa ($45 euro each) to enter Turkey and then proceed to the border patrol office to have passports stamped. The border guard was quite pleasant and when he noted us to be Aussies and told us ...
... first went to a restaurant at one of the hotels downtown. It reminded me a lot like Canadian hotel breakfasts; a lot larger than in Spain. It was weird to Ana though. They ended up ordering sides of toast. When I told them that the sides were usually eaten with another main plate they laughed. From there we drove around and saw some old buildings. Here it seems like the building are either beautiful or ugly and run down. Although they look old some building are ...
... pre-departure orientation on July 12th (more coming in the next post on this event) and it was a great experience. An upcoming event that is still in the works is the Summer school in Constanta on August 27-29, where will work with high school who are interested in U.S. study to get them started and on the right track to achieve their future goals. Some other projects that are in the works for me personally are some new videos about ...
... she have a memorized list of well-known and wanted terrorist names in her head? And if I am a friend of any of them, I am expected to tell you about it? Interesting security angle. She tells me to wait while she takes my passport somewhere…who knows. Comes back a few minutes later in the middle of the Sweet-16 conversation I fell into with the two Americans next to me and cuts me in line to the massive x-ray machine.
Each bag is given its ...