Routing out of Cappadocia, the first stop for the day, supposedly another knowledge thirsting visit, when it actual fact the catch was another marketing and sales gimmick (Cappadocia Turkey). No doubt, sincerely, this visit of ours in Hanem Arts Centre, in all fairness, I must say did expose us on semi-precious and precious as Nava K gemstones from beneath Turkey. (Canakkale/Kusadasi/ Pamukkale & Istanbul) Honestly, we did gather some knowledge on how stones are carefully harvested and cut-shined-polished, thereafter either sold as individual pieces or mounted in/on jewelries. The best part of it all was that there’s no hold barred to picturing. Yes, you can put your phone or camera to use compared to those outlets I have visited in other countries (Krabi Thailand, Perth Australia & Bangkok Thailand). Took me by surprise until I made it a point for checking with the staff. He reaffirmed it. Such an unorthodox liberal business think-tank I believe must be looked up at. Respect and thumbs up to these people. Having said that, no matter what, I am not gamed for precious gems. Not at all. Unsure I am if the rest bought, but I can vouch that all of us did marvel over those impressive glittering gems.On the road again, followed by our customary lunch break, by 3.00pm, we were at the gatehouse of Ankara Anitkabir. Quite a peculiar security check actually, we got down from the coach for passing by the guards, consequently, we crossed the road to get back into the coach. Whatever for? Even tour guide couldn’t answer. He in return just smiled. Guess one of those things even the Turkish people can’t comprehend.
resting place of Ismet Inonu, the second President of Turkey who left to heaven in 1973. His tomb on the opposite side of the Ceremonial Ground faces Ataturk Mausoleum.
Ankara Anitkabir, believe me, in a huge open area is really fantastic. Really meaningful monumental structures and it stretches till the far end. All of these coming together (Hanoi Vietnam & Rome 2 Days) as one of the best among the rest of the places I have visited so far in Turkey and elsewhere. What else did I do in Ankara Anitkabir? I was already reminded by our tour guide not to needle the guards. So I had to behave myself but when it came to my moment of picturing, I literally let loose because Ankara Anitkabir for some reason or rather did spring-sprung my inner happiness. Bottom line, I just so love Ankara Anitkabir.
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Really nice pictures! If I didn't read your post I'd be under the assumption that the taste of the food there was heavenly! But I suppose that isn't always so. At least you had fun in the snow.:)ReplyDelete
Wow such a beautiful place... Hope u enjoy so much fun out there...ReplyDelete
snow covered paradiseReplyDelete
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I loved the hotel u stayed in and the food was decent too...ReplyDelete
ur pics playing in the snow turned out really good :)
Nature is dry here same as the food however I liked your spirit of jumpingReplyDelete
Lovely natural beauty and awesome clicks.ReplyDelete
Great photos!! I especially love the playing in the snow ones.. hehehe!! <3 Thank you for sharing! - www.domesticgeekgirl.comReplyDelete
lovely pics Nava ...such a beautiful place..lucky you...ReplyDelete
Superb clicks...looks like a great place:)ReplyDelete
You are so lucky. You are always travelling around to different countries!ReplyDelete
Great clicks...... Turkey is beautiful.....and love your pics.... :)ReplyDelete
Lovely clicks and place :) I see u had so much fun :) keep going...ReplyDelete
Gosh, looks like it's freaking cold there, Nava!ReplyDelete
Nice clicks & beautiful Nava as always...ReplyDelete
You looked like you were having plenty of fun in the snow :) The view looks great- nice, quiet and relaxing! Or maybe it's just because I've never seen snow in real life before :(ReplyDelete