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... most of them have not spoken English. I am very impressed with the patience and kindness we've been shown. We went walking with some of our tour mates and Tejan recommended a few options for dinner including a place that is famous for its waffles. Naturally we chose that for dinner, given Zack's love of waffles! We ate with Artura (21), who is from Spain, and Marco (40), who is from Italy. Zack got a chocolate chip waffle and I got banana ...
... Kristina's roommate Kayleen made pumpkin Nutella muffins, SO good. I did the dishes and enjoyed haha. It was also a great time hanging out in the kitchen and keeping each other company. All the baked goods were out of this world! For the most part while in Ankara we just hungout and we also went to a movie. We did end up having a very eventful Saturday. In the morning we went with a group of people in search of a traditional ...
We returned to Ankara and Camilla went back to work. Once again, with good directions from Stephen, I headed out to explore. Today's goal, the Mausoleum of Kemal Ataturk. Ataturk was the founder of modern Turkey After viviting the mausoleum, I hiked back to the Kizalay (downtown) area ...
So I decided not to go to Istanbul and to explore Turkey’s capital, Ankara. After all, it was only a mere 5 hour bus ride from Goreme. Those 5 hours just flew by!!!
Ankara is quite modern and I find my way around town quite easily. The only drawback is that I selected an “iffy” hotel (the first of who knows how many - I hope not too many - I may encounter during this trip). It was a real challenge for me as none of the staff at the ...
... praying for mere blindness... I have been to many holy sites around the globe and have found some of the devout to be a unpredictably dangerous, as I have witnessed a strange fervor that seems to well up inside, temporarily blinding them from their earthly existence... and realities... I remember in India watching a group of Hindu pilgrims literally tear sections of an old mosque apart with their bare ...
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