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... Dinner. People were dining outdoors everywhere. Our restaurant , up 9 floors... And the view just took your breath away. We looked directly out at the Blue Mosque and the Bosphorous Sea with all the ships moored there at sunset! It was stunning. Said goodbye to most, a few we will see again as we check out. Up to our room. Very tired. Needing showers. To finish packing And promptly pulled the wardrobe door off it's runner so we could not get to the safe. ...
Got up early and skyped Roma before having our last breakfast together. Unfortunately Rickie found out she had a diver double sick so she will need to spend some time tracking down another After breakfast we returned to the room collected our bags and made our way down to the lobby to await the taxi. ...
My last full day here. Cem insists that I go to the big island, not Hawaii. I follow him to the advertising company he consults for, exchange some money, see some pretty girls, fall in love and then get a taxi to Kabasti, the ferry terminal. I manage to purchase a token and get the ferry to the island. Few stops beforehand and I make it there. Truly a beautiful place. Lots of horses ...
... the hilly streets of 'modern’ Istanbul passing the Galata tower and then strolled the length of Istiklal Caddesi (Independence Avenue), from Tunel to Taksim Square, the main pedestrian thoroughfare in this part of the city, with its antique red tram, bars, restaurants, trendy boutiques, galleries, pubs, graffiti, brand name shops and a zillion people!
We organised tickets for the once a week Sunday evening whirling dervish ceremony through the Galata Mevlevi Museum, held in ...
'Nothing in the world is going to be exactly as we planned it to be, so release your self from expectations and you will release your self from disappointments'. This quote arrived this morning from 'Buddhist Boot Camp' after yesterday's news it put things into perspective for us and we are making plans anew, the adventure continues! Les went to the car park to put the roof lights back together and a ...