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... What a privilege to be sitting and lunching in a mountainous villager's home. Turkey is so much more than I had expected. Photos will not capture the real experience, but I hope they will help remind me of this exceptional trip. just a few more sleeps and we will be back in our own home, in our very privileged own country. After so many beautiful sights and sounds, flavours and experiences, I still say we are so very lucky to call Australia ...
... having cycled around the world! My riding buddy Switzerland Frieder said he doesn't regret even one day of his 4.5 months. He just loves to get up and cycle under pretty much any conditions.
Regardless of why we all signed on, we all seemed to be in awe of what our bodies and minds are capable of. Km after km, hour after hour of turning peddles, often up long steep hills (up to 15 km long), and over very rough roads that seem to multiply the effort ...
... being tricked by the ice cream guy.
The evening was perfect weather and was finished with Peach flavoured shisha on an outside terrace. The game between Costa Rica and Italy was on and during our entire time there Italy hadn't scored at all.
Today was pretty chill. I would say Istanbul is a great place for vacation. There is plenty of sight seeing, but it's also a great place to just relax.
-- Ryan L.
... hundreds of years.
After our visit to Topkapi we took a break for lunch and then went to the Grand Baazar. The site has been a market for 1500 years! During Ottoman times the market was linked together and covered becoming the first shopping mall in history. At one point it was the centre for trade for the entire Ottoman Empire! We walked through it, took some pictures, got lost and let the girls buy a few items. ...
... with their feet (no factories), wood and rock houses (not concrete high rises being built & also abandoned), gently rolling hillsides (not craters left by mining). The world deserves progress taking steps to alleviate poverty yet, in speaking with "Famous Shamus" (a Kurd working in a restaurant in Kusadasi) there is still a long way to go in eastern Turkey. They are making progress. Less than 10 years ago girls ...