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... since being declared the capital of the Turkish Republic in 1923. Most of Ankara is a modern metropolis, carefully planned to reflect the seat of government for the Turkish nation. It is a western looking city. The Turkish people are big shoppers and, with their thriving economy, can afford to do so. Many of the top fashion designers are featured in shopping complexes in ...
... 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 ...
Ankara, the capital of Turkey is unwisely avoided by most visitors to the country. That gave us an opportunity to see the real Turkey away from the tourist trail. When we arrived we expected to see a very serious city full of government officials and bureaucrats. Sasha and Dasha realized nothing can be further from the truth with lots of help from our Couch-surfing host Mohamed.
After leaving the otogar we rode a few stops on the metro and got off ...
... 8217;t quite there yet, in total I had slept Tuesday and Wednesday on a bus, Thursday on a train, Friday in a bed but hammered on Rakia, Saturday on a bus and Sunday on a train, that’s going to take some time to put right. I didn’t want to miss being in Ankara, otherwise I could have just gone straight to Cappadocia. It was half past three; I had slept five and half hours. My stomach wasn’t quite right either, I hadn’t had a drop ...
... in her body. The hospital stay for a few hours cost 32 TL or about $22. She got a prescription for some meds that cost 2.2 TL or $1.50! The treatment in the hospital seems to have done wonders, Jacqui's colour is returning and she has been resting for a few hours now.
GAP has arranged for a bus to help us catch up and we leave here tomorrow at noon for a 4 or 5 hour bus ride.