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... bunk that night. And slept amazingly well. We got to Tabriz some time around 10 the next morning (not quite breakfast in bed - but it consisted of lot of flat bread, one little pat of butter, a little pot of 'cream cheese' and a little pot of carrot jam. Oh yummy!
The two guys travelling together spent amazing amounts of time asleep. And when awake they dd nothing - there wasn't a book between them, though they fiddled endlessly with their mobile phones but never ...
... tour of the Embassy, including the social club and the pool. Rachel and I settled down to a cheap but lovely lunch outside in the sun, where a couple of her colleagues came to join us. Most people there are English, and the staff speak English very well. We talked about a few details of the trip etc, but mostly it was a time to relax.
I was taken to the outdoor pool area, where I was told that if it was OK, I would ...
... they'd like to eat. Jeanne and I end up at a pizza joint. A nice Efes beer and a couple of slices later, we're sitting in a outdoor balcony enjoying a lovely pastel sunset glow.
Thursday May 16 Day 14: Ankara
"This morning we visit the Atatürk Mausoleum, honoring the founder of the Turkish Republic, Kemal Atatürk; and the notable Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, which chronicles the history of Asia Minor. Our afternoon is at leisure before ...
... community of people living within the area of the Citadel. We hiked around the Citadel for a good two hours and decided to enjoy some culture at the Museum of Anatolia. Unfortunately, the main display was under construction, but we were able to still see some of the Anatolian artifacts on display in the smaller display room. We spent some time here and decided to grab some food at the large shopping complex in what is comparable ...
... If we're feeling crazy, we might brave the hill to our guest house anyway. If we happen to meet a dog or two on the way we improvise- meaning we hitch rides from other students or campus buses going by. It's been an adventure to say the least!
My room here is HUGE. Suite highlights include a balcony looking overlooking the city, comfy bed, gigantic closets and a spacious kitchen. I get to stay here another week and then we take a 13 HOUR bus ride ...