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... English or really had time to look at the street name I had written down. Thanks to a nice store clerk and her friend, I found the office building and office, which appeared to have been decorated by a child designing a room in a castle. Or by someone in New Jersey. The lady to help me could have been from New Jersey. Green eye shadow. Impossible nails. Very friendly. She walked me to the apartment, which sits above the busiest cafe neighborhood on Earth. Every restaurant ...
... bus and in theory we could easily have had suspicious devices there which we could then take in to the Memorial. This was like the big squares that the Communist countries built for their heroes and for ceremonial occasions. Maybe it was the early start to the day that was adding to my level of fatigue but it was hard to find interest or enthusiasm for such a place. By the time we were then taken to an admittedly impressive Museum containing items ...
... Turkey and when you do remember that it is a large country and innocuous events can be spun into great headlines in the current climate of 'terro-journalism.'
Also, I (and probably Eve, Leroy, Mary and Elaine as well) am registered with the US Consulate/Embassy so they know we're traveling here and I am ...
... went to a Museum. I thought it was pretty interesting. There lots of very old rock carvings and giant pots. We also climbed to the top of the old castle. This afternoon we explored the local market. Our best buy was a pack of Turkish Delight. For $3 We got a huge box. In Cappadocia for $3 we got got 5 pieces. Here we got 36 and these ones taste ...
... were not bluffing. With no retreat option, we had to get out and scamper for the nearest shelter outside a cake shop. We got a taste of Ankaran kindness from the shop owner who insisted that we come in and sit down at a table (no business expected). We consulted our iPhone and figured that we were less than 100m from our hostel and so made a dash for it.
V made the unwelcome discovery that his replacement shoes bought in New ...