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... back to the boat and catching it back to Europe.
We wandered back to the main street near our hotel and found a 7 story baklava and dessert place where we tried about 5 treats to share sitting on the top floor terrace.
It was late afternoon by the time we got back to the hotel and the kids wanted to go for a swim in the hotel's indoor pool. I decided to go for a walk alone and enjoyed an hour or so with no ...
There was a lot of noise from the builders next door who we believe are building a tunnel under the borsphotous As part of the high speed railway mentioned previously, it also seems to be a favorite spot for courting couples to park up. It didn't keep us awake. The call to prayer woke us at 6.00am but we didn't get up until 7.00. By 10.00am we were off into town. First we called at McD'a for the Internet, we had some banking to sort out. ...
... Bella and Lucy, arrived so we made vague plans to meet up with them later on for dinner. At some point I wandered out and got a kebab for me and Nim. We only properly wandered out around 6:30-7 and ran into bella and Lucy on the stairs. We sat in the lobby talking to them for a bit. Deejay came down and was very quiet because she was feeling very ill. We soon set off for a restaurant they'd heard was great and cheap nearby. We walked up a way that Lucy ...
... so busy gesticulating to his wife to capture “his moment” that he completely forgot we were all watching him. The show also included a group called Crucusas. One of the performers did this balancing act with daggers – on his lip – Giva closed his eyes – he knows speech therapists are horrified at anything that involves knives and mouths – at the end of the act he did this flipping/flicking motion with his head and the daggers all landed in a board ...
... the attic of a carpet and kilam shop being schmoozed by the owner of the store. Somehow we got talked into buying a handmade organic wool kilam. Our bartering in Asia must have served us well because we paid less than ¼ of his original asking price. A steal of a deal (we hope)! Of course it didn’t take long for Steve to get tired of walking through the crowded, hectic bazaar so we found a small restaurant on a back street to ...