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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!
... Otogar" or bus station. Very convenient and a lot less than the €25 we were quoted by a private tour company for the trip to the bus station.
Sharply at 10am, our bus left. The wifi we were promised was not a happening thing except when the bus was standing in front of the several stations where we stopped to pick up additional passengers. Each seat on the bus had video entertainment screen ...
... cease to amaze me. They managed to drive these big tour buses on roads that were likely designed for horses. Today our driver, Adil, parallel parked the bus. Amazing. Although I try real hard not to look when he passes people on two lane roads.
Today we drove from Cappadocia to Ankara. It would be easy to spend a week in Cappadocia and would be fun to hike and camp in there. But this morning we headed to Ankara, ...
... NGO's because the mobilization of urban women in agriculture was once again highlighted as a huge issue. I'm starting to think that this will be my topic of research for one of our term papers.
The rest of the week we've just been exploring campus and the areas around campus. We found a mall near campus that has a much better grocery store, where we stocked up on cherries and some wine. During the week we've ...
... say hello to my friends! They asked me about the flight, the movies on the plane, the room, the people, and the weather! Everyone was really interested and I liked seeing them.
Afterwards, people who work for the meeting, including the president of the Turkish Otolaryngology Congress, took us out for dinner. We ate many foods, such as kebabs and eggplant. It was really good, but a HUGE feed. My mom and I agreed ...