SV Boutique Hotel
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... and disorientating, but we found a section of really interesting antique shops. We went outside for a break and some paninis then decided to head back to the hostel. Here we crashed for a few hours before going down the get some dinner. We ended up getting wraps filled with what we can only assume was bean curd, a drink that tasted of feta cheese and chocolate puddings. We must've been desperate.
Despite the dissapointing meal, we slept very well that night.
... and a taxi.
The driver had no idea where to go, so phoned the hotel and then drove at breakneck speed through crazy Istanbul traffic for about 30 minutes, exclaiming excitedly all the time, until we got to somewhere near our hotel. We were very happy to pay him and walk up the street to find the hotel!
We we sat outside and had a drink looking out on the Blue Mosque before falling into bed exhausted!
... of a dance, and some of the times the male was trying to propose to the woman (like he wanted to marry her) but all she did was walk away or slap him in the face! Even though my party still had yet to come, this was a great start.
Even though the day after my birthday is not my birthday I had to have my party then because the day before we had to take the tour of the city and that took a long time. So, I started my party by going to an amusement ...
... wars. It was very interesting and exciting. After our tour, back on a plane for an 11 hour flight to Bangkok. Then a 9 hour layover there. Luckily the Bangkok Airport is like a beautiful shopping mall with anything you might need or want at airport prices, of course. Then back on a plane for one hour and 45 minutes to Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Wow, it's full on here. I think we're going to love it! First Cambodian blog coming soon. . ...
... s gigantic inside so it was still impressive even with everyone else. The central chandelier must have been 50m across.
I thought the stonework for the arch we left by was really neat. They must have cut the blocks as a sandwich to get the jigsaw to match, really clever.
The return journey by Istanbul tram is efficient but it was touch and go whether we could get out of the tram at our stop. A busy London tube is nothing compared to the Istanbul trams.