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... fat man came
in and grunted and pointed so I went and sat down on the floor. He then start
drowning me with hot water which was kind of cooling…. BTW he was also in a
sarong thing, so the half naked fat man then started to scrub me with a strange
thing that seemed to peel my skin off….. then the soap started.. then the back
cracking started then the fat man almost walked on my back…. Freaken hell man I
was dying and paid money ...
... stop and Galata bridge. It was so much fun to watch all the hustle and bustle below us as well as look out over the Golden Horn water. We spent the afternoon on a 2 hour cruise up the Bosphorus. It helped us realize how enormous Istanbul is, it really just keeps going on and on and on... The strait is very beautiful and the city has preserved a remarkable number of green spaces on the hills that run along each coast. It ...
... upside of our delay was that it allowed me to get over motion sickness and a migraine that I suffered from on our long flight. We also arrived in Istanbul to a fairly quiet airport and very little traffic on the way to the hotel. We had heard that the airport was quite chaotic and the traffic horrific, so that was a pleasant surprise. Although it was after midnight, there were still many families and friends hanging out in the parks and streets. Our hotel is very nice and ...
... area and Anzac Cove. At the opposite end of Anzac Cove we stopped at the Beach Cemetery. Then off to Lone Pine the place where the main official ceremonies are held. 2.000 Aussies and 6,000 Ottomans were killed here. We went to the Nek Cemetery where the Nek offensive took place as featured in the movie Gallipolli which overlooked Suvla Bay. It is well documented that due to a breakdown in communication and ...
... sheep dog types and very sweet.....I remember sharing a post on FB not so long ago about a clever recycling machine in Istanbul - when you feed it empty drink cans it releases dry dog biscuits for the street dogs.....great idea Today I started with the bus again but only to take me to Sultanahmet, the old quarters of the city which holds most of the historic buildings. I bought myself a 3 day museum card and started with the ...