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... We expected the bus to be very busy, but it was comfortable, even though we had to stand, the traffic was busy, so the 20 minute journey took over an hour. When we got off it took Les a while to get moving, standing all that time had made his legs stiff.
Logan was pleased to see us, but as it was dark we didn't go for a walk in the park, but he had a potter around outside with Les. By the time we had eaten tea and blogged it was bed time, lets hope for a quieter ...
... one of the nicer cave hotels which felt more like a normal hotel with stone walls. The right side of the hotel was actually built right into a cave, but very little of the actual hotel itself was part of the cave. Nonetheless, it was an exciting experience. We made new friends as you do when you spend a day on a tour - Ben from the US, Mel from Calgary, and a few others. The whirlwind was over as quickly as it started and we headed back to Istanbul. Marc would ...
I know a few days are missing but I'll quickly get this uploaded before we lose the wifi again. I couldn't do any blogs on the ship as the Internet was ridiculously expensive. The Internet packages started at USD 59 for 90 minutes or casual data at USD 0.79 for a minute. It used satellite so it was extremely slow as well as pricey. there is aed a couple of times when we were in ports but I kept losing....interesting, predictive text came up with ...
... giving him something. My hotel room is quite small cause of all the beds and all the kids channels on the TV are not good as they are in Turkish. There is a big restaurant on the top of the hotel. The hotel is very big. I can tell there are lots of floors as there is an ...
... I knew it would be wrong. My friend suggested sugar, but the merchant shook his head to that answer too. I finally gave up when he started a jeopardy count down, and I learned the final answer: HONEY! Of course! It's everywhere in the Middle East, I definitely should have gotten it. Regardless of my failure, the man was very nice and promised to give us the price of our choosing when we came back.
I am still loving Istanbul every day. Goodnight for now.