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... the woman's room. A man began to call me over – I looked and he had his hand out. “You pay me” he said. No problem (but why is he so far from the restroom?)I gave him the coin and he pointed the way. I entered a beautiful marble restroom with 3 stalls. (Excuse me if this gets a little graphic – you cannot appreciate the moment without the details) I open door #1 and it seems there is a plumbing problem – no toilet and there is water ...
... your precious baggage coz no other bugger will.
We finally arrived at Hotel Konak which we’d bagged at a mere £26 per night and which was - as you can imagine - fairly basic especially from the outside and verging on being a hostel - in fact with its neon red lights it looked more like a knocking shop. It may well have been considering the goings on at 3am. Anyway, a good enough base for two nights and to be fair the guy ...
... Dardanelles towards Canakkale. Our hotel is spectacular with a beautiful pool and a lovely buffet meal again.
Some facts - Turkey is a secular and democratic country - religion and politics are separate as in NZ, UK etc.
There are 81 cities in Turkey.
Population is approximately 70 million.
Our vehicle is a very upmarket Mercedes 18-seater with wi fi (the best bit) and plenty of room with eight of us.
There are 29 letters in the Turkish ...
... in Australia is not a sandwich in Turkey! We receive these huge bread rolls filled with lightly battered fresh fish similar to a small squire plus salad. Our eyes bulging wondering how on earth we are going to get our mouths around these .... say no more! Total price? 31 TL including drinks. That's about 16AUD for the four of us .... not bad! PS It was yummy! The highlight of Akyaka is "Obsession" a tiny eatery we stumble across for dinner. They have only been ...
After 4 amazing weeks, we waved goodbye to Istanbul. This is the first time we've caught a bus on our trip. The bus system in Turkey is very good; thousands of buses crisscross the country every day, leaving at regular intervals. We caught a shuttle bus from Taksim Square, about a 10 minute walk from our apartment. Normally, this walk is not arduous but dragging our luggage over the cobblestones and steep hills made it so (I think I have to jettison some stuff!) and we arrived with just ...