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... very differently to Australia, for example, school starts at 8:10 AM, we then have a 45 minute session (All of the classes are 45 minutes long), then a 5 minute break, then another 45 minute session, then a 10 minute break, then another 45 minute session, then a 5 minute break, then another 45 minute session, then we have a 1 hour break for lunch, then back to class, we then have another 45 minute session, then a 5 minute break, then another 45 minute session, then a ...
... a permanent fixture rather than a temporary arrangement for the current terror alert we're encountering. Train is just like the German ICE and we whizz through the countryside at 250km/hr.
Hotel is a 16th century caravanseri with the courtyard now covered with a modern glazed atrium. Adjacent is a transport museum which is actually quite interesting and includes a flour mill from Braunschweig in Germany.....where I used to live.
The citadel entrance is ...
... I was knackered by the end, and always excited to see Dan the following week.
School ended with coke fireworks, upset, and a lot of happy children with pinwheels (classes ran by me - success!)
Just one more weekend, then I pop back to the UK - I see Dan, I see Exmouth, I Graduate... all in the space of 3 days, before I'm back again.
Phew... Keep checking back
( especially if you want to see pictures of me in a funny hat and gown)
... about modern Turkey from an onsite museum. He was fascinated by the language reform. The Turkish language has a large variety of sounds that do not exist in the Arabic alphabet. As a result, Turkish words were spelled differently from the way they were pronounced and most people were illiterate. A special commission was appointed to study conversion to Latin writing that advised on special accents to be used on some letters. If Turkey has adopted ...
... 8217;t quite there yet, in total I had slept Tuesday and Wednesday on a bus, Thursday on a train, Friday in a bed but hammered on Rakia, Saturday on a bus and Sunday on a train, that’s going to take some time to put right. I didn’t want to miss being in Ankara, otherwise I could have just gone straight to Cappadocia. It was half past three; I had slept five and half hours. My stomach wasn’t quite right either, I hadn’t had a drop ...