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... and so on. Often these clusters link back to previous times - the coppersmiths have been replace by saucepan sellers.
Some of the buildings, particularly the wooden ones looked as if they should be condemned yet they were occupied. I think the washing lines hold them together. I dread to think how awful they must be in the rainy season. The actual streets and pavements had some interesting 'challenges' too. There was a ...
... covered with pigeons, then we walked back to our hotel/apartment to pick up our stuff and get in a cab to the airport. Once we were at the airport we ate dinner at the food court and then went down the escalator to our gate, 502. When it was time to board we had to take a bus to our plane. Then we got on the plane, we were all in row C and got comfortable, the flight was only about 2 hours, so it wouldn't be a long flight. That's all for ...
... museum, displaying gifts presented to Turkey by other nations. On display are an Obelix and fountain.
On 19 April 2015, we arrived at Istanbul. We left the ship and went to the blue mosque. I had to take my shoes off. We also went to the Sophia Hague it use to be a Mosque but it is now a museum. I learnt how to say hello and thank you in ...
... out the Cistern, that runs under the city, and the Topkapi Palace, which was huge!
After all that walking, a lot of it in rain, we had to rest.
So, then we had to make up for the rest by heading out to the Grand Bazaar, grabbing a fish sandwich on the way (tasty!). The bazaar was grand indeed. Huge! Covered streets with specialties co-located.
It was a fun time in Istanbul, even if it was a bit wet.
Singapore, here we come!
We have set the alarm early today, we have heard that we have an appointment at the Indian Consulate tomorrow at 10.00am and we would like to see as much as we can of the park. It is a beautiful morning and we are soon out with our cameras. The cafe is already serving food to some of the campers. We walked around one of the lakes and took some good photos, the guys with the expensive looking equipment are already getting shots, quite a few ...