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Ankara, the real turkish capitol, First up was the Ataturk Mausoleum, Who is Ataturk you ask? Ataturk is known as the Father of Modern Turkey, following the defeat of the Ottoman empire in WW1, Ataturk picked up the pieces and lead the charge in the Turkish war of Independence, He then became the first Turkish President and shaped what we now call …
... from all of my schooling in Australia. When we arrived in Eskisehir, we were picked up individually and take to 'The Black' hotel in Eskisehir, we were picked up by the members of the Eskisehir rotary club, really nice blokes. I was in a room with Hamish, very fun times. The next blog will be very soon, I look forward to it, have a great time in Australia, i will always miss my home land, I will be back soon, Cheers Brendan Mansell :) ...
The first of our long travel days on the Ancient Turkey tour! We travelled via minibus for around 9 hours from Istanbul to Cappadocia, stopping on the way in Turkey's capital, Ankara. Here, we visited the mausoleum of Mustafa Ataturk - the founder of modern Turkey, and a very revered figure here. The tomb and extensive museum dedicated to him was an elaborate monument and the number of turkish ...
... where I discovered it in the first place).
Inside the bus station is a semi-circle of desks numbered 1-32 which upon first glance I wonder if they are check-in desks. My bus departs platform 33 but don't find desk 33. Do find the Kamilkoc desk and as I have 30mins to spare wander over just to check that my ticket is OK and that they will drop me off at the TCDD rail station. Without further question the clerk hands me a TRL5 (~£2) note and prints out a new ticket which ...
... assume one was the American Ambassador). There was a crowd of paparazzi on the opposite side of the room. I felt like I was meeting royalty.
This entrance hall then lead to a significant space at the back. There were hundreds of people there already, little stands dotted around with olives and crisps on, a bar, a food tent, waitors walking round with canapes on silver trays, even an outdoor starbucks. There was an ...