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We had an uneventful flight but neither of us really slept so were pretty hanging when we
arrived about 5am. Buggered around at the airport for a bit getting ourselves together then easily found the local bus that was the first leg of the journey to where we were staying. Matt chucked up during the journey, poor lad. He struggled …
So I have a love hate relationship with Istanbul. Literally every hour I decide its one of the coolest place I've ever been to; a hub of culture in the centre of the world. Then we get harassed and starred at and my mind changes. Maybe this city (and indeed the whole country) is not so great after all- why should I love a place where I'm automatically inferior to the majority of its occupants because of my gender? As you can see I'm back and forth. ...
... from other nations. We then took a wander through the highly photogenic palace grounds taking photos (with as few fellow tourists as possible in the foreground) before we moved on and viewed the palace art collection. That was in a separate wing and we were among a very small number of people who had taken the trouble to see it. It was interesting, even though we hadn't heard of any of the artists. On leaving there, we found ourselves in a large and beautiful ...
... just sand. Closer to the airport, you could see more square, box shaped houses, but still just sand. A new airport is being constructed alongside the old one and it is massive. There were countless huge cranes working and enormous piles of sandy rock - and miles of sand! Anyway, once we reached our accommodation, we wandered around and decided we were going to love it here! We found a little restaurant for an early dinner/early night to begin our adventures ...
... any Bulgarian currency but they definitely didn’t deserve a dime. After several 'no’ attempts a local Bulgarian woman started hassling them for bugging us. She waved her hand towards us as a sign for us to keep walking; she had everything under control. This first experience gave us the impression that the Bulgarian people were generally friendly and helpful (putting the two street hustlers aside), but over the next few days, we were ...