Florya Park Hotel
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... off a firework candle in front of her before she ended the song to a standing ovation.
From Fethiye we hopped on a four day, three ‘Gullet’ sailing boat cruise around the South Coast to Olympos. It was four relaxing days of lounging on the deck while we cruised to the next spot to swim in incredible azure, clear water, snorkel, and eat (too much) delicious home style Turkish cuisine. We were pretty lucky with the crew on board ...
... from the Cave Hotel but we cant get the air-con working and boy its warm!
We meet with our 40-strong Topdeck team and our leader, Michelle (who's from Palmerston North) at the hotel bar for a briefing at 7pm, and get introduced to our Turkish guide Umut. Umut was going to give us his English name but has since discovered that its translation is feminine!
At 8pm we all head to a local bar, 4 story's high, with a ...
... travel - free showers, open bar, chef made meals, delicious Turkish breakfasts (which included feta, ten types of olives, eight types of nuts, and fresh veggies which we will be sorely missing in the next few months). Best of all, we could lock our bags in the free lockers so we wouldn't have to schlep them around Istanbul for the day! After a fitful night’s sleep on the reclining Lazy-boy chairs, we took the Turkish metro from the airport to ...
... but since the guy seemed so nice to wait for us we decided to go to a coffee shop, charge our phone and give him a call. We realize that the problem was that he actually went to pick us up at the metro station, which was the reason why there was nobody there!
When we finally met the guy he seemed really nice, his name was Murat, he was a Turkish guy at around his 30s working in a bank in Risk Management, he was not originally from Istanbul, but moved there ...
... out there on my own I have a feeling it may be tiring at times. I may have to tread water for many hours, but I will have no choice but to keep on going as it is sink or swim in Africa. At times I may need someone to throw me a life jacket, but I'm okay with that. I'm hoping that because I'm a strong swimmer and have lots of experience that it will make it that much easier, but I'm prepared for it to be difficult. Better to ...
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