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... seaside and visited the Dolmabahçe Palace, which was used during the Ottoman Empire for 1856 to 1922. This is the first day of Ramandan so there are not as many local people out as usual. On our second day we visited The Hippodrome, where chariot races once took place. The the Blue Mosque, topped by six slender minarets. Inside is one of the world's greatest collections of blue Isnik tiles(20,000 of them) along with 260 stain glass windows. Next we toured the famed Hagia Sofia, ...
... had cut slices of it, together with all kinds of other tapa's we spent the evening eating, talking and watching part of the next game Algeria - South Korea (4-2) till everyone was tired and we went to bed after another really nice evening. 23rd After breakfast and some coffee we said goodbye to our friends thanking them for all their hospitality as we were now going to stay with my brother and co. for 3 or 4 ...
... day if I tether my iPad to it. I bought the card, activated the roaming plan, got it all set up - but Personal Hotspot is disabled so I can't connect my iPad to it at all. So it seems that neither the Vodafone Italy SIM, nor the Orange Spain SIM will let me connect my iPad through my phone for a reasonable cost. It's not the end of the world, but having my iPad online makes things like this blog a lot easier once I'm on the road without easy access to WiFi. Oh ...
... into the back of the tunnel and spray back towards the entrance. The waterfall had resulted in a thick white smooth surface covering the rocks, Jess tells me it's probably calcium carbonate, but it would have taken so many years to build up that much of it. On the way to the third spot, the tour operator thought it would be funny to scare the tourists, so he drove this little boat at breakneck speed right at the the cliff walls and then would turn sharply ...
... I visit a shop called Race Motos in Valencia CBD, to get the USB ports all wired up. Again I tried to memorise the route and wing it: I initially made good progress but ended up overshooting the turn off and having the GPS backtrack me to get there. Since I had forgotten to put credit on my prepaid SIM, my Internet stopped working at noon, so I used Jess' phone which meant that I could see the screen but only Jess could hear the turn-by-turn directions ...
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