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... out again, he rolled a 1 and a 3 but moved 14 spaces! Great, now I was completely lost on the rules again because I couldn't figure out if I was not remembering a rule correctly or if Uor was cheating. He spoke absolutely no English either, so I had no way of knowing.
Eventually, the strange American tourist began to attract attention from all around the neighborhood. It wasn't until at least 6 men were watching and one lost game later, ...
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... to drive in order to see a mysterious giant fiery crater in the middle of the desert. Yes, that’s right, a mysterious giant fiery crater.
Before camping with the tarantulas near the mysterious giant fiery crater, some great Tatar stories told and large bottles of revolting local vodka were poured down our throats. The next morning we got up early only to be piled into the car and hauled down to Aşgabat, ...
... form the counter, my companion and friends helped themselves to the Trukish beagel sold by street vendors. It is really filling and does help if you are really hungry.
Ferries leave frequently from the dock at Kadikoy. The voyage takes around thirty minutes and takes passengers along part of the Bosphorus and on to the Eurpoean side. As you reach the European side it offers a perfect opportunity to view the Sultanahmet skyline, ...
... a museum fee to go there...but there are more cool ruins...we just did the beach...
- the rest of your time there on the Mediterranean, maybe do an over night boat thing...or consider going to the underwater city...we went and I must say...I though it was pretty boring...just a tourist trap...the high point was swimming in the water, but there are better trips. --we went to the town close to the underwater city and ate REALLY well there on the water and hired our own ...
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