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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 …
... Screw it. I went inside, watched a movie and went to bed. I was up at 5:30 to get out and change my ticket. I had read that bus companies will try to scam tourists by selling a ticket that stops at a town called Nevşehir, and leaves people to try to find their way to Göreme. You can pay for a shuttle bus. Or a taxi. I noticed that my ticket was indeed to Nevşehir. I made darn sure they changed that when I exchanged my ticket. I was on the road at 7:30! ...
... system, only a few months old, which clearly most people don't know about. We now know you buy a sticker at the post office, and we now know where this is too, but it was a bit of challenge, no Turkish and a foreign car fill in the form (the 4 digit Export Plate is turning heads). But we now have a Yellow HGS sticker and can go through the barriers without the claxon going, which we saw happening, often. Unfortunately they also have ...
... lots of pain and everything I ate came out as liquid about 10 minutes afterwards. I was getting so weak at this point so yesterday Zeki (who arrived here on saturday morning) took me to the hospital. The doctor took one look at me and immediately sent me to a ward where a nurse put me on a drip. I was there for about 4 hours. During that time I had to go to the toilet, so Zeki carried the drip while I hobbled to the toilet. The toilet was unfortunately a hole so I had to ...
June 25 began at 3:30 a.m for me so we could begin our hot air balloon ride over the natural rock formations and early Christian cave hideouts of Cappadocia. Six brave souls from our tour group huddled in the pre-dawn, amazed that we weren't even asked to sign a waiver to fly in an open balloon basket with no straps, and a bit frightened by the jet of fire being blown into our ...