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... very upmarket, and although they seated us at a wonderful table with gorgeous sea views, we all felt a tad under-dressed. Shrimp stew and calamari tucked under our belts, we re-joined the boat for the return journey. Little did we realise a wee surprise was in store! About half way back this delightful young man stood up in the middle of the boat and got down on one knee to his beautiful, but very surprised, girlfriend. As he opened ...
Today we arrived at our last destination in the city of Istanbul. We came into port around noon, which was actually great because we were able to go to the front of the ship and see everything around us from the 14th deck. The city was packed with buildings and mosques. The water around the city was also packed full of other boats and fairies. I've never seen such a small space of water filled with so many boats, it must have been tricky for our captain. Once the ship ...
... br> He asked if we knew Dundee. He goes " you know dundee? The crocodile?"
Haha crocodile Dundee, too good. He made his wife tell us some story about Crocodile Dundee then he disappeared for a smoke. As soon as he left she was very apologetic for his behaviour. I'm pretty sure he gave us like 15 hi fives. Solid ones too!
Ahhhh..... The people we are meeting, the stories we ...
... on both the Silk and Tea Roads from China. Istanbul was funded 600 BC by Greeks and then ruled by the Romens, Byzantines, Latins and the Ottoman. Consequently, there are large numbers of monuments, mosques and Christian church in this city. The most famous one is Hagia Sophia - church of Divine Wisdom was originally built during the Emperor Constantine reign in the basilica form with a wooden dome roof. It was the largest cathedral in the world for many centuries until ...
... plan had been to walk down to the Galata Bridge then catch the tram from there to the Kabotas terminus. From there it was only a short stroll to our main target, the Dolmabache Palace. We'd been told on our last trip that it was well worth a visit, but we'd simply run out of time. This time we'd definitely get there. It was still 20 minutes to opening time when we reached the Blue Mosque, but it was obvious by the thousands of people already gathered in ...