Sheraton Hotel & Convention Center Ankara
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... we didn't do much apart from get lectures about exchange, told what to do and more importantly what NOT to do, i was sharing a room with Harry from Sydney Australia. We got a lot of great breakfasts, lunches and dinners. We also bonded very much as the exchange students always do, over the next couple of days we had lectures on Turkish customs and what Rotary will support us with while on Exchange, We also went onto Attaturk's ...
... the religious schools, made the schools so they where no longer separate, and gave the the same alphabet as ours. After that we had a another long van ride. I believe it was 4 hours. Along the way we stop for lunch. The lunches were very good. Tomorrow we get up early 4:45 to take the hot air balloon ride. Tonight we went to a local village and had dinner made for us by a local family. The food was great. ...
... cucumber, walnuts, dried apricot & fig, fresh orange juice and a nice milky coffee like your Nan used to make. It's all rather pleasant and a good start to the day. It's just me and the bloke - all the other guests are still asleep.
It's the same bloke that checks me out and asks if I've had anything from the minibar. Only a bottle of water. "We'll give you that on the house" he replies and tells me to wait in the entrance hall of this merchant's house (which I'm ...
... exhausted though. This week has really taken it out of me, I don't know how parents do it... 24 hours a day, forever. It'll be nice to have a holiday, but no wifi unfortunately! I'm going to have to write some drafts and post them all at once when I'm back. The main concern here is that my contact with Dan will be zero to none :( Since we met in March, this will be the first week we haven't spoken. I may have ...
... right when we got to the airport in Istanbul. We all had to buy a visa and get our passport with our visa checked. The lines were insanely long and none of us could speak any Turkish. Thankful for a nice lady who helped us TREMENDOUSLY. If she wasn't there we all would have missed our flight. Two of our fellow travelers did miss it due to baggage issues but they still made it here safely.