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... around the block before we eventually parked in a car park close by and investigated on foot. We had arranged to meet the owner at 12 o clock, we rang him but he said he would be an hour!! We stood outside and noticed there was a chap coming out if the building and going into a tourist office next door, we asked him if he new the owner, and explained our situation, he invited us into the office and proceeded to book us in, it would have helped if we had been ...
... buildings that were
built during the Ottoman period. Just before the Black Sea the ship
berthed in a small fishing village on the Asian side of Turkey where
we could wander around and have lunch. I have condensed the 1-1/2
hour cruise into a 45 second time lapse video which should be posted
with this blog.
On the return leg of the trip just as
the ship pulled into its pier in Istanbul I decided to use the rest
room since it was unclear where ...
... independent traveller I don’t do tours as standard. But, I cannot tell you how
impressed I was with Pacifik Travel Agency www.pasifiktravel.com. In particular one agent there called Kursat. This guy is an absolute champion at what he does… he knows Turkey inside out and whipped up an itinerary for me that catered to my needs for independence, but
got me to do what I needed effectively, efficiently and economically. I was able to still take ...
... a smidgen lazy and left one upside-down and the other on its side. Clearly this is the only explanation. We grabbed some not-New-York-bagels for a quick lunch, and then started meandering. We managed to accidentally find the Grand Bazaar and - as if planned by fate - we saw and heard Starbucks calling. We regrouped over Chai Tea Lattes (same words in Turkish) and, through help from the kindly baristas, made our way to the Old Book ...
The wait at Amman and the flight to Cairo were fine, but once there I had a 3.5 hour wait ahead of me (after the bare minimum of sleep that night) and Cairo airport was buzzing with people. There simply wasn't anywhere in the general departures area where I could sit quietly and take a nap. I was sleepy and hungry, and time was ticking away much too slowly for my taste.
I finally decided to make my way to the gate, thinking ...