Sinbad Hostel

Kucukayasofya Mah. Demirci Resit Sok. No:1 Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Leaving Istanbul!!!!...nooooooooo!!

A travel blog entry by purpleberry

... myself sitting in row 14D waiting for my plane to take off towards Ercan airport North Cyprus! I am sad to be leaving Turkey but I am also super excited to be flying towards the loves of my life Dilan and Kaylan!!!!!!!! I am full of excitement at just the thought of being able to hug them again..I haven't seen them for 21 days in total and I miss them like mad!!!!! Well I best get off my phone before I get thrown out of the plane as we are about to start ...

Day 5 - Istanbul; Turkey

A travel blog entry by byrneymack

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... store. They sat us down and we had some Turkish tea. Next minute, rug after rug after rug came out. 30 minutes later, I asked the price $15,000. Yeah thanks mate but its a little out our price range. Lol. He said name your price. I said I don't mean to offend but say $250.00?!? That was the end of the sale I think. We thanked him for the tea as the door hit our ass. The wharf was quite entertainingtrying to get tickets and work out which ...

The Grand bazaar and Turkish Cooking, TURKEY

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage

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... the man was able to perform magic tricks with the ice-cream he was selling. It was very amusing. We had a Kebab for lunch (Adam, yours are better) then we walked back to the hostel as I needed to prepare for my Turkish Cooking lesson! There were seven of us at the cooking lesson and an extra four for dinner (Nathan being one of them). It was a blast! We made hot yogurt mint soup as an appetiser, zucchini patties, green runner beans ...

Arrived in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by mwalimurob

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12:17 pm local time. Four hour flight from Dubai on Turkish Air, which, btw, has the best airline food in the business. If you ever find yourself on a Turkish Air flight, be sure to ask for sour cherry juice. At Ataturk airport, Passport Control was quick and easy. No baggage to collect, so I grabbed a taxi to the Bakirkoy-Kadikoy ferry. After a ...

Day 2 in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by lauzieallen

Woke early and went down to breaks at 7.30, had breakfast and went on a walking tour at 8. Our group is small, about 13 in total. Our guide is nice, he is Turkish. Went to the main places like the palace, about 3 different mosques - they all start to look the same, and finished up at the spice markets. Went for coffee near the palace and shared the dips. The waiter gave us two ...

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This hostel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Dervish Dance, Corlulu Ali pasa Medresesi, Sarnic Hotel Turkish Cooking Class, and Egyptian Obelisk.
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