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Gina's in town


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My old college roommate is in town from Ankara, for a little fun in the city before she moves to Kosovo. We were discussing how odd it is that many of our circle are scattering all over the globe. EnduranceJay is likely moving to Shanghai. Ace reports that in the near future he may be stationed in India. I told Double-B to get with the program and move to Estonia or Brazil, perhaps.

Last night after dinner we were chilling at Cezayir, a local bar, and met up with some friends of friends. There was myself, Gina and her co-worker who is from Ottawa - obviously three anglophones. One of the guys we met up with lives in Connecticut, so his English was decent, but the other spoke not a word. So this was excellent - I got a chance to practice my Turkish after having downed a few drinks. The last time I tried this I was completely incapable of speech, so over the last few weeks I think I've made some small progress.


1 Responses to “Gina's in town”

  1. Anonymous j 

    Do you mean progress with your Turkish, or progress not slurring your speech while soused?
    Say hi to Gina for me!

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