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... this entry, apart from just recording what happened today. Ok, let me think about that. One, and a very obvious one is that it was another first for me - sharing a room with a stranger. Thankfully, it turned out to be a good experience, but she warned that some experiences can be really bad. Another one is, that I really opened to this person and she opened up to me. I had been told before the travel that you should not trust someone very quickly. But I don't think ...
... that didn't believe in line ups, and every other person on the planet. i tell ya, im not really cool enough to line up for anything and this was pushing the envelope. and these were the oficial sights. which are always worth a visit. AND its really about so much more. its about streets teeming with vibrant happy looking people. mostly western stylish with snazzy footwear and a lot of leather jackets. also the occaisional full body and face covering for women or more commonly ...
The flight with Turkish Airlines from Gatwick to Istanbul left on time and was quite a nice flight, we were fed a very nice meal. We had; a roll and butter, smoked salmon with potato salad, beef kofte kebabs with rice and season veg, cheesecake, crackers and cheese spread and a (plastic pot of ) water and some wine. We then watched films and played games on the TVs with the complimentary headphones. Good flight all in all. We arrived in Istanbul ...
... pm, we and 5 other people walked with Polat, our guide, through 6 towns and 15 districts. He took us to rich areas, poor areas, religiously conservative/ liberal areas...with stops along the way to taste traditional Turkish foods, Turkish coffee, and Turkish tea. Polat shared not only history and culture with us, but also his perspective on religion, politics, business, and just living in Istanbul. Some ...
... to feed them. I go around the back of our apartment to where they live, on a big velvet couch behind a falling down wall on an empty section. I go down there every day to feed them, and Milly and I carry a couple of little containers in my handbag of cat biscuits so I can feed the cats that I see. When we were having dinner at the fish markets (that was where mum got robbed by the cat!) there were loads of cats ...