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... buy a plate that had been carefully crafted by a master potter who looked like a Turkish version of Einstein. Armed with my somewhat cheaper purchases, we headed back to see what next our young guide had in store for us. By this stage were were exhausted, so Ibraham took us to the Ladies Cooperative for lunch. This was a real treat. The ladies of the village have their own business, preparing home cooked Turkish food for hungry locals - and us. It was delicious, fresh ...
... to establish a Hittite museum, the buildings were bought upon the suggestion of Hamit Zübeyir Koşay, who was then Culture Minister, to the National Education Minister, Saffet Arıkan. After the remodelling and repairs were completed (1938–1968), the building was opened to the public as the Ankara Archaeological Museum. Today, Kurşunlu Han, used as an administrative building, houses the work ...
... with a sauna to warm up your muscles before being laid on a warm marble plinth with at most a small towel covering your bits. You are then rinsed and scrubbed with an exfoliator before being soaped up and massaged. Finally you are rinsed off and left to kickback feeling both thoroughly cleaned and relaxed.
There could not have been a better way to spend our afternoon especially considering the night bus ride we had ahead of us.
Completely relaxed ...
I was desperate to go to Cappadocia before I left Ankara
because it is easier to travel from here. I also didn’t want to go alone so I
made Zeki come with me again, he’d never been before but he is due to go with
his university trip in July. It took 4 and a half hours to get there by bus, we
first went to the town of Göreme, where the Cappadocia open air museum is. When
we were approaching Cappadocia, when we began to ...
... Mike. All very jolly.
The meal was very good indeed, soup with delicious bread, a filo parcel filled with potato and spices, chicken, pasta and salad bits all topped off with rice pudding sprinkled with cinnamon.
Our instructions from Osman were to visit the small cultural museum on the roof of the restaurant before we left, which I dutifully did, before heading out to explore the village itself.
I found a few fascinating shops, including an ...