Travel Blogs from Ankara
Our destination today is Ankara. We are visiting the the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.
But before we made our way to Ankara we made a short stop to the turquoise jewelry shop. Turkey is famous for its turquoise.
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the leader of the Turkish War of Independence and the founder and first President of the Republic of Turkey. It is located in Ankara and was designed by architects Professor Emin Onat ...
... a flight to Dalaman, where Mark will be meeting us to take us to his hotel, to then go back to the airport to meet Rachel and Miranda off their flight from Istanbul to Dalaman, to then all drive two cars down to Datca, and to our beach-house. Blige. Is that all going to happen according to plan? Lets hope so.
I feel very motherly at the moment. It may seem obvious seeing as though 12 hours of my day now ...
... Midi, we traveled down the streets of Ankara in the rain, dragging our luggage through. We were attempting to look for a bus station but never found it. Decided on taxis instead.
Now we have arrived at the Middle Eastern Technical University in Ankara. We are in a guest house, on a huge hill with a great view. But this house is insanely far from anything cool. A few of us traveled out into the city ...
Whewww -- dragging butt today. The overnight train ride was a fun experience but certainly not the smoothest ride for a peaceful sleep. We pulled into the Ankara train station around 7:30am and were immediately met by the coach that would be our second home for the next nine days. There are only 21 of us on the tour and 46 seats so we each have at least a set of seats to ourselves to spread out and nap during the ...
... There's been ups and down since, like assimilating to a new country (Turkey) and remembering that I'm still on the journey and to stay focused.
I'll get a more in depth update in a couple days though
Much Love my faithful readers.
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