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... business in Spain and Italy as an important zip supplier for Inditex. In the second flight, from Istanbul to Beijing I had an attempt of conversation for around 30 minutes with Dong. A 50 year old man from a province in the center of China. He told me that I am very brave for traveling alone as a girl and gave me his email address in case I needed help. We also talked about my Chinese Visa and he helped me to fill up the immigration form. This flight has been one of the ...
... We spent the day at the aquarium and walking around the city/mall just exploring. On the way home, the taxi driver kicked us out early for an unknown reason, so we had to walk about a mile back to the hotel, but no blood no foul. Overall a successful first day in instanbul, considering we got in that day as well.
The next day was hannah day! We went to the historical part of town and I wandered around. I spent about an hour in ...
... point crying over spilt milk. I stiffen my resolve not to let this happen again. (Like that's not going to happen again!). The cruise lasted about 2.5 hours and you got an idea of the true size of this city. Basically it's huge as it covers all coast lines on the Europe & Asia sides. Once again the buildings are fantastic, with a different style every 5 minutes or so. Also huge bridges span the Bosphorus and again these are mighty pieces of engineering. On the ...
... with her, smiling ear-to-ear! Because we were seated on the stage, we seemed to get a bit more attention than the other tables. There was an audience participation segment, and the guy they chose to participate was from the USA and he was hilarious! His moves and his facial expressions were hilarious – he really got into it. That was one of my favourite parts of the whole night!
The show seemed to transition to a dance ...
After a delicious breakfast at the Basileus Hotel, we first explored the New Mosque of Istanbul. Having been completed in 1665 it’s not that new anymore, but why quibble over details. The mosque is on the Golden Horn and yesterday we could see it from the Galata Bridge. We then caught a tram out of the main tourist area to Kariye and Balat areas, which had more than their fair share of churches. We saw Muslim ...