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... courses that we originally wanted to take were not actually going to be taught this semester. So we have been stressing trying to sort out what we can actually take. And another issue, no courses in the law school are taught in english, so all of us law erasmus students are taking political science courses, they are related to law in some ways which is ...
Onto Ankara to see where Kristina lives and teaches. During our time in Ankara the people of Turkey were celebrating Kurban Bayram the "Sacrifice Holiday". It's an Islamic holiday of sacrificing an animal. Everything around us and in town was shutdown which meant the whole city would be dead for at least Thursday and some of the city on Friday. So we took a day or two to relax and watch tv. I know it's terrible we are in Turkey and we ...
Just a short blog entry for this day, as I'm falling behind and need to catch up. Our Turkish friends graciously drove us to Ankara from Corum so that we could catch our overnight bus to Cappadocia, and, along the way, they even took us to see the ruins of Hattusa, the capital of the very ancient Hittite civilization (existed around 4000 yrs ago, dating ...
... the beer can. Meanwhile I had also cut a clothes hanger wire, and between the hot water and poking in the wire, pretty soon gasoline was merrily flowing out onto the ground, and my hands, and my sleeves. So I popped the filter back on, and off we went!
The drive to Ankara was beautiful… very wintery and misty and bright and clear, with snow covered hills and valleys… whodda thunkit… winter in the Middle East! Snow drifts and frozen fuel lines!
... arrival in Urfa (the city of prophets) we dropped our bags at the hotel and headed out to grab a bite to eat. Unlike many other cities we have traveled to in Turkey, Urfa is a pious city that shuts down quite early, and finding a restaurant that was open for business was a bit challenging. After a brief walk down the cities most fashionable street we spied a pida place (Turkish Pizza) and headed into a ...
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