Hotel Buhara Family Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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A few days ago in Jerusalem it was over 20 degrees and I was wearing a tshirt. A week before that in Egypt it was over 30 degrees and I was wearing shorts. Today in Istanbul the high was a mere 9 degrees. It is cold. I'm actually totally fine with this, because it justifies my carrying winter jackets all through the desert. To those who raised their eyebrows at my rather large backpack, I say, who's laughing now? I had a slow start today, ...
Cold and wet again this morning, we have a slow start, by eleven we set off for some Internet usage, we need to book an apartment and buy insurance for Dream Catchers voyage. We caught the bus into town, when we got on there was so much moisture in the air on the bus that our glasses steamed up. Once we were on the free wifi we booked a small but trendy apartment not too far from the centre of Istanbul. We got a quote for the ...
... magic, I saw many great things in Turkey but this area is still my favourite. Many massive hollowed out stone structures serving as buildings, houses, churches and some massive ones castles. The town looks like something between a bunch of ant hills and smurf houses, with many hostels and restaurants being inside these massive ant hills. Cappadocia is famous for its hot air balloon rides and getting up for sunrise at 5 am to see hundreds of brightly coloured hot air ...
... edges of the clay pot with a knife and disgorging the contents onto the plate. Great showmanship and our waiter put in a sterling effort.
We wandered down to the harbour and crossed under the Galata Bridge, being pounced upon by a myriad of touts all vying for our business into their quieting restaurants. There was still about a million people about, all cruising for action and soaking up the vibe. If you want hustle and bustle, then Istanbul is the place for you!
... and not while we were camping in the open last night. In a weird way, it was almost fitting as if to say thank you for paying respect, but now its time to leave us in peace.
It was a very moving and emotional day for the both of us. This was an experience like no other and one that we will both cherish forever.
This little town was a short ferry ride across the Dardanelles from Anzac cove and was were we stayed when we weren't camping out at ...