Travel Blogs from Ankara
... 8217;t appeared, so I have been alone since I got here. The first thing I did was have a cold shower and flop into bed as I had been awake for almost 24 hours at that point.
When I had rested for a while I went out in search of a shop to buy food and water, and that is pretty much all I have done up to this point. Today I sunbathed for a while in a green area that had benches. I didn’t want to ...
... 8217;s main line of defense. Two things we found really interesting were seeing some of the original buildings still standing from when the town was established back in the 1450’s and the remains of a monument to Emperior Augustus of Rome who conveniently left a very detailed list of all the things he wanted to be remembered for carved on the side of the monument! ...
The area where my hotel was situated was a little bit seedy, with girly bars and red lights in some of the first floor windows, but I was only here for a few nights. The Museum of Anatolian Civilisations was amazing! I spent the entire day walking ...
... offices to receive a multitude of letters, documents, stamps and signatures so I could sell our van, cancel a visa, renew a passport, file for an short term extension on a residency permit, close a dollar and euro account at our bank... yet leave our Turkish Lira account open... requiring an additional letter, 3 stamps and signatures, meet with the Ambassador at the Chilean Embassy, sign documents in front of an official at the US embassy... ...
... bit of a startle for us both. He sputtered out a few hisses beore slipping his head inside his shell and waiting for me to pass.
After leaving the roman road behind I headed into one of the canyons that fall deeply into the floors separating the hills... passing through a forest of blooming almond trees, before crossing a small rille spilling down a rocky enclave before it winds its way down the valley into a ...
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