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... an amazing array of light, it was truly amazing seeing the city light up from out on the ocean as you could see all of the old historical buildings standing out in the city. After arriving back at the Cruise terminal and embarking to a small bus where all of us got onto we drove to the well-known Egyptian bazaar where we would spend the rest of our tour, you could smell all kinds of food being ...
... of the options I gave him we decided the cheapest would be Antalya, on the Southern tip of Turkey. A beach town along the Medditerranean. That sounded pretty good to me. I booked the 6:35am flight, with a 5am shuttle. As a thank you for booking with him, he invited me to come back at 8:30pm when his family would be breaking their fast for the day and having dinner. I graciously thanked him, but decided to head off on my way and find a rooftop to enjoy the last night in ...
Today, I just wanted to watch Superman which we did at Nisantasi Citylife Sinema (they spell cinema with an S here). The movie was in 3D and unlike the flimsy glasses you get in most other countries like the USA, HK or Australia, we got glasses which were very solid and substantial. Not sure if they worked better and I wonder why the 3D glasses were different? I'll never know. We watched a 3pm show and there was only 10 people in the whole ...
... on our doorstep in a few weeks :)
As Safak said, "it is a twice in a life time opportunity (he knew I had already bought one 25 years ago), and a family heirloom, a special purchase to remember Turkey ("not like leather jacket that can get stolen, or a ceramic that can get broken"). He had all the right things to say.
We then went onto the Covered Bazaar, which is now quite flash, with its shops and glass fronts (not with ...
... lightly they have more control over our lives than we like to think they do. I should say I am capable of losing things from time to time, but this is a sign I think that we are tired and ready to go home, because when we are tired we are more prone to lose things. We also tried to visit the Blue Mosque, which is across the square from us, this morning, but arrived during prayers and clearly not looking Muslim were told to come back at 3pm after they had ...