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... and bringing with you such sadness and trauma and then being expected to "fit in".
I want to honor all of the people who showed us so much kindness and gave of themselves so that we could have a richer experience for being touched by and in turn, touching someone half way across the world. We had so much fun with our guide in Istanbul, a Muslim telling us all about "Jesus Christ" in the Aya Sophia and who was quite put out that she ...
... by a local band. Their mothers, conservatively dressed smoking Nargile, which is a turkish hookah. Definitely a cultural things, because it seemed so contradictory to how I have been brought up to look at things, where "good" people don't smoke. One thing I must say, as I cap off this post. The turkish people seems extremely friendly. It is actually helping that I am not a white tourist, because I am not approached by as ...
Lunchtime flight on Turkish Airlines to Istanbul. Bit worried at the airport when they said we should have a prearranged visa to stop in Turkey. We'd not thought about that but it seems we can obtain one on arrival. Settled down on the aeroplane with a glass of fresh orange and a cube of Turkish delight. Food really good again although cold spinach and yoghurt not ...
... a more positive note our transfer was there when we arrived in
Istanbul and this was efficiently conducted. However, we could not believe how
much traffic was in Istanbul. When we checked in at the Tryp Wyndham again, there
was another minor issue, which was sorted. So we set out for a LONG WALK and
whilst we really wanted that – it was much warmer than we expected and we could
have dressed more ...
... and Istanbul, along with viewing very grand buildings along the frontage of the river. We viewed numerous large mosques, Ottoman palaces, the Rumeli Fortress, building that house a prestegious boys school, a university, an exclusive hotel, and island restaurant and boats that criss-crossed the harbour at will. Major cargo ships, cruise ships, tug boats, ferries, tourism boats and very small fishing boats all seemed to be mixed together. They were all ...