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... us of the spare seats around us. No-one did, so we had three seats each, for a twelve hour flight. The first hour was spent developing my cocoon of spare pillows and blankets into a comfortable nest, arm-rests up, legs out-stretched, choice of cold drinks perched on the three available beverage holders, book in hand. Then after sixteen hours flying, came sleep. The rejuvenating qualities of ...
... Shoe shops, leather shops, expensive clothing shops in abundance. We ladies walked by ourselves and never once felt threatened or frightened. We stayed 3 nights at the Wyndham hotel with very accommodating staff and a great breakfast buffet included with our room rate. Today we departed for the port and boarded the Nautica around noon. All is ...
... So we pushed the kids on until we were almost at the gate of Ayasofya and found a tranquil terraced restaurant for lunch and a break. Ayasofya is a magnificent 6th century church which was converted into a mosque almost a century later by the moguls... And now stands as a museum which represents a hybrid of the 2 religions. Rather than destroying the Byzantine religious frescos on the walls, the moguls covered them up and whilst the restoration process ...
- Turks seem very proud of the fertility of their land; at our hotel this was reflected in honeycomb being offered at the breakfast buffet (i.e. lots of fruit production means lots of nice honey)
- it's a very cat friendly town; there are a lot of stray cats and they are allowed into street side cafés - and Turkish cats are just as good as Aussie cats at picking suckers...
... I had a second chance to redeem myself when we played it again later in the performance. Entarisi was a huge success with the locals, who immediately began to clap and sing along with the choir. This was a particularly gratifying moment for me personally, and it felt as though we found a unifying factor through music that fostered an attitude of acceptance between us and the locals of Istanbul. The only other major challenge with ...