Sheraton Hotel & Convention Center Ankara
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... doesn't have to be the "School Uniform", some kids roll up to school in black set of jeans with a black Ralph Lauren (This is a majorly popular brand amongst the rich kids here haha) jumper on. Others come in a 3000 dollar suit, so it is nothing major, all they want is you to be at school. Also in Australia, some kids just really never cared about their education and therefore put in no effort, this happens in TED Ankara college as well but a hell of a lot more ...
... Ankara, the economy seems to be booming. Turkey is hoping for admission to the European Union, and touting for the 2020 Olympics, although they are not doing themselves any favours with the current unrest I would imagine. Our guide has told us that the black economy is incredibly big and that the taxation system is crazy, with so many anomalies e.g.farmers pay no income tax.
We continued the journey, stopping at Hacibectas, a town which is the birthplace of ...
... country as it is now. The accomplishment of this man for Turkey is endless. (please refer to wiki if you're interested to know more on Ataturk). Examples of Gandhi and Ataturk are answers to the question; 'what difference one man can make?'
All the countries I've visited, I've found that people of the country still had great respect and admiration for their heroes and they've gone to some considerable length to preserve, honour and respect their memories. All ...
... named Ataturk. It is the law.
When we came back in the evening our friend Mohamed took us out. Our plan was to find a real Turkish bath. A Hamam that we went to in Bodrum was a tourist establishment and we were looking for the real thing. Unfortunately, the ladies section was closed for a private function. Traditionally, Turkish baths are segregated by gender. Men massage men while women massage women. Unwilling to leave Dasha behind, we ...
... around with doner meat spilt down my t shirt while people are fasting. I could see an amazing looking castle-like thing on a hill so I walked towards it. I later found out that this was Ankara Citadel and was a historic part of the city’s defences, makes sense as you could see for miles around across dry semi-desert land. I found a perch at the top of the big hill and looked down across the city for some time, I forgave it for not having as many sights ...