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... the Aegean Sea by Odysseus 3,200 years ago. It took him ten years. At this point I'm a little bent out of shape just trying to imagine the logistics. Transportation; planes, trains, cars, ferries and a lot of foot travel will be involved. We're in good physical shape and we need to be as we're each packing 30 pound backpack bags along with ancillary carry-on necessities like camera gear. ...
... by then I should have smelt a rat, nup. He asked for 25L per shoe. I said what, he vehemently demanded the money and we handed it over before we had time to think. He took off pretty quick then 2 seconds later we realised - SCAM. Wend was v angry. When will we learn?
... the public transport here is very effective. Tonight we meet our group for the trip, mostly Australian and quite a few older members. They are all happy and enthusiastic, so all is good. Our director is an enthusiastic anthropologist with a sense of humour. Should be good. Saturday saw us heading towards Gallipoli in drizzly weather. We hadn't realised the extent of the conflict until we saw the geography today. To see the site and the ...
... during spring, and you could sense those lights were igniting the soul of the city, one different to the Istanbul you see during the day.
Afterwards we walked through the darkening streets, heading uphill for a long time, finally popping out on a main road called İstiklal Avenue that leads all the way up to Taksim Square.
As we turned the corner we heard chanting and felt a thrum of activity – a demonstration up ahead. ...
... that there was a free seminar going about the mosque while we waited to go in. After a very informative 45 minutes we were able to enter the Mosque and admire it's grandeur. There is not a single piece of furniture inside. The floor is covered with carpet and the walls with thousands of ornamental tiles and writing from the Koran. From the Blue Mosque we headed over to the Basilica Cisterns just across the square. It was built as a ...