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We had an absolutely horrible bus trip into Istanbul, having a 2 hour stop over to get our passports checked. Although Ivan had a very nice Geish pillow whist Vlad was very restless. We arrived in the biggest bus station in the Universe. We got off and the bus driver said, "so long and thanks for all the fish!!" Istanbul at 5 am is looking at an urban landscape after the apocalypse, there is no sign of human activity whatsoever. We had breakfast and went for a walk toward the ...
... this area was really interesting as we finally got to see the fashion wholesale market that I'd read about. There were so many stores here and when business closed for the day, all the stores threw their rubbish, which was mainly scraps of material, out on the pavement to be collected. Lastly, the other interesting thing we discovered were the cat refuges set up in the little park behind Nisantasi City, with signs saying no dogs allowed. This city loves cats.
... ramshackle group of buildings, that could have been home for some time, I stumbled into a group of 7 Russian bikers, who were on a 2 week trip from Moscow to Istanbul, then on to Tbilisi and back to Moscow. That seemed like a lot of riding with not a lot of time for stopping. However, from the well worn outfits, touring was clearly a passion they all shared. They looked at me with a little disdain given my pristine kit gave me away as a novice, however, their countenance ...
... crosses on the ceilings that look sublimated on intricate floral patterns that were painted over the crosses when the Turks reclaimed their country.
The whole interior is amazing but the lights will be one of the most memorable things for me. They are suspended high from the ceilings and illuminate the floor from these intricate tracks. I wish we would have done some of the stores with these lights but minus the massive amounts of ...
... done at the mosque we continued walking through the neighborhood on our way to the water. We knew we had to continue downhill and we would eventually end up near where we wanted to go. We winded thorugh the narrow streets enjoying the sights, sounds, and livlihood of the streets. At the bottom of the hill we ran smack into the entrance the Spice ...
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