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Next, search for the location you want to add. Here I searched for "Roman Forum" using the search bar in the top left corner. The next is the key step: click on the "Save" star, which the arrow points to in the picture above.
You can do this either on your phone or your computer, BUT, if you don't have a data connection on your phone while traveling (which we usually don't) make sure that ...
... back to the bizarre where I did some more shopping. We stopped for tea and dessert pastries at a cafe, and then I tried green apple hookah for the first time while watching a traditional Turkish band play outside. The bus seemed to have stopped, so we ended up taking a taxi back to the cruise port. Before going back we stopped at a very bright lite up restaurant that had gotten my attention. It was called Ali Baba and they sat us in a VIP ...
... having an awesome time. At about 1 we were about to leave when I noticed Alex, one of the girls we had on out sailing boat, wasn't in a good way and couldn't stand up so I took her outside while Simon tried to find her travel buddies and she vomited all over my legs and shoes before passing out. Erin and I got her awake enough to get in a taxi and Erin went back with her and her friends to make sure she was okay. We got the next taxi home to bed, might need to go shoe ...
... a shimmering path towards the middle of the horizon. A group of seagulls flew ever so close to the water, skating along, tempting fate, but not quite breaking the water. My sunglasses enhanced all the colours, turning them more intense shades of purple, orange, yellow and pink. The radiant sun sunk lower and lower, silhouetting the iconic skyline of Istanbul. Most people on the ferry sat silent, their breath taken away by the beauty and splendour we beheld, together, ...
Last time I peaked through airplane window Mt. Everest was staring back at me through the clouds, this time it was Iran and Iraq (luckily we had already flown over Pakistan and Afghanistan). I was relieved when we finally touched down in Turkey.
It was a welcomed change to be in a clean, orderly city with actual stop lights ...