All Seasons Hotel
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After nearly two months riding a camel through deserts and small villages, we have finally arrived at Constantinople. While it looked grand and epic from a small distance, the closer we got it looked something along the lines of Chicago (AP World History Book, 243). Pretty depressing that a great looking city could be littered with such petty criminals and wealth disparity. Anyway, ...
... near our apartment this morning and finished packing before making our way here. I could have kept travelling for a while yet, but Pudd said this morning that he's ready to go home. He said if he was on the beach at Sitges he could stay longer but he's a bit tired of living out of a suitcase and travelling. I'm not looking forward to this long journey home. 24 hours from now and I will still be in a plane. We leave here at 3.10pm flying Malaysian Airlines. ... It's ...
... 8211; Asia and Europe. A big learning day for me – most enjoyable. Certainly needed to go back to our room for a rest this afternoon.
Later in the afternoon we set out to walk down the main street. This weekend is a 4 day long weekend after Ramadan so thousands of Turks were out walking the streets. There were performers, food sellers and tons of people just walking. Apparently 18 ...
... the prayer, same as all other countries so not sure why I was told 5am by the cab driver. At the end of the prayer they did two unusual things I've only seen in Turkey
First they all started chanting in chorus verses from the Quran led by an orator from the back. I've never seen this done in a mosque before and they were ...
... interesting than some of our other historic building tours......... We wandered down the massive shopping district of Iskidal Caddesi but I was left craving the character of the old city where our hotel was located as it feels much more historic. We had lunch in a small corner cafe where the girls realized the difficulty of using a turkish toilet when wearing shorts.......skirts are much easier! Luckily this modern area had ...