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... have a lot to offer for those prepared to look a bit deeper. Ankara has a symbolic significance for the secular Turks. It is the place where a new era for the Turkish people started. It is a symbol for independence, development and Western ...
For lunch we tried Manti, the tiny tortellini like pasta filled with ground beef, onions and parsley and doused in yogurt. It was a little too doughy for me, can't win them all.
Dave tried the stuffed grape leaves and the first 5 tasted okay, guess it helps to have a big group to share these dishes with.
Not far from our hotel, we found a wonderful seafood ...
... store for almost 400 TL. I did go to the grocery store there to buy olive oil since they produce it here.
After the grocery store I went with another couple to downtown Ankara. We took the metro, which is always fun in a foreign country. Luckily if you’ve figured out one subway system you can figure out most of them. Especially when there are only two lines. We went to Kizilay to walk around. Ender drew us a ...
... in environmental protection as well as regional agriculture development. Interestingly enough, women are playing a huge role in the quest for food in under developed nations. In giving women the proper tools to be able to fish, farm, and harvest the benefits, more food would be readily available to their families in order for them to not go hungry.
The next day after class we went and had lunch with an MSU alumni who won the ...
... of unexpected.
By now we also start understanding why the German economy is doing relatively well despite the crisis: almost all wonderful new buses and dolmusses originate from GE! Mercedes, MAN, BMW, Volkswagen are all present here with luxury samples of their brands! And they are checked by TÜV Turk! So, as long as he Turkish economy is booming (8% GDP growth per year), the Germans will feel the effect of it.