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... to hide it this time! I wonder how many people's photos the Turners are in. What do people say when they get home and show their pictures to their friends and family? "These are the white and red people we saw on the streets of Istanbul (or Chiang Mai, Bali, Paris etc)!" Bizarre. We have decided that like the Roman gladiators, we should have charged people to take our picture. We would have made a fortune!
This morning, we woke early to take a taxi to the ...
... know. Lee bought a leather jacket, reversible, made from antelope,a very nice jacket. Marked price was 4680 lira, about $2300 Aus. He bargained and bargained as only Lee can and got it for $400 Aus. We decided to head to Taksim Square again, as last time we saw very little as the riot squad were there. We caught the tram and then transferred over to the funicular for the steep climb up to the top. We walked down ...
... 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 ...
... discovered that on Turkish buses they have similar service to planes - cups of water/soft drink/tea/coffee will be brought to you as well as snacks which was pretty cool. The hostel I had chosen to stay at was a little out of town, so when you arrive at the bus station a travel agent there will call them to come and pick you up - I almost fell over when I was picked up by a very Turkish looking man with a very Australian accent. As it turns out Attila (of ...
... a travel agency. Since we had been having difficulty with some of our Turkey arrangements, I suggested that we see what a travel agent could do for us. Dan, a Romanian, was great. He recommended that we not rent a car in Cappadocia and instead take a 2- day tour. I was happy to cancel the car and follow his recommendation. He also booked us on a Gulet Blue Cruise on the Turquoise Coast and booked our Treehouse stay in Olympos and air to Antalya. It took several hours ...