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... one, nine?", "Yes". So we gave him our passports and agreed to stay the night. I was still unconvinced that this flash hotel was only nineteen euro per night for the two of us so I asked if we could pay now. When he ask for 250 lira we knew that he had made an English boo boo and had really meant to say nighty euro. So we had to explain that we could not afford that price. We used the hotels wifi to book a hostel. Walked there. Checked in. Went to ...
The Blackhawks won Stanley cup! I was in the air somewhere over Asia and missed it but I heard it was an amazing finish. We arrived early in the morning to Istanbul and had to cross the square between Hagia Sofia and the Blue Mosque to find our hostel. There was no one around which was a great way to see it. It is great to be in Europe again. Istanbul has so much character and charm with its small lanes and ...
... that the fresh tomatoes were the best part of my morning meal? At least the best part of the food. I also really enjoyed being able to gaze out at the sea of Marmara whilst conversing with an Egyptian man, and swapping messages with my girlfriend, Sophia, over Skype. She's a goof, and I love it. It was a good way to start the day.
Next, I went on a little sightseeing adventure. I began by wandering to the Basilica Cistern, which was an ...
... one(he settled for a replica Ottoman knife)It is said that the Grand bazaar attracts between 250,000 and 400000 visitors per day and was built in 1461,just slightly older than Westfield Burwood.There was too much to see and buy as we had limited room and a long way to travel.The boys bought a fez each and I bought a few nic nacs and we had apple had tea.
We then hopped back onto the Tram and went down to the ...
... looked so funny. As soon as I got back to the room I tried to tame it down with water. She loaded it up with so much hairspray it did not work. I decided to let it go. When I washed my hair the next day it would be all good. It was then time to check out and make my way back into town to the Badabing Hostel. I took the airport shuttle to the airport and got the metro from there. It was easy enough to find, but took over an hour. That afternoon I crawled into ...
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