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... massive tray of different kinds of Meze which you can just choose (again no hummus available). We wanted it all as it looked so good, we picked a few dishes, bread and some wine of course which made the perfect first dinner in Istanbul. Even though it was Friday night we were all pretty tired from the early start and with only having a total 3 hours sleep, I was absolutely dead that we all agreed for an early night and headed back to the ...
... is on the side in one of the corners on the cistern (no-one knows why they are not upright). The story goes that she is supposed to turn those who look at her into stone… We then managed to get lost in all of the streets looking for the Grand Bazaar. This place was packed, as we kept getting hassled left right and centre, it was pretty funny actually. It was in here we tried apple tea, it was sweet but definitely was not overpowering. We wandered around for a ...
"Free breakfast end promptly at ten...don't ask for it afterwards." That quote graces the sign at the top of the stairs at the metropolis hostel and basically ensures that most people show up for breakfast around 9:55. I, however, got there a bit earlier than that and as a result of my promptness was able to enjoy several helpings of fresh watermelon, salami loaf, market tomatoes/cucumbers/olives/, goat cheese, and bread with tasty jam. After ...
... hotel had a bar with Australian and New Zealand flags and memorabilia around it, which almost made me teary - I am a hopeless patriot! :P We waited until the other person on our tour arrived from Cannakale (across the Dardanelles) at 12.30. Her name was Anthoulla and she was from Sydney (Cyprian heritage), living in Athens. It was just the three of us on the tour, which was nice :)
We had lunch at a cafe in Eceabat and then got on the bus to go to ...
... often without proper or even any oversight, was more often than not a financial and effectual disaster. This unfortunately and ironically aggravated the existing negative impact of the colonial legacy.
The HIV/AIDS crisis brought much of this to light and prompted a UN intervention and began the era of NGOs (Non Governmental Organizations). One could argue that this system has had relatively more success but also generally has not ...
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