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Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... Although I not like the exchange rate for the Euro. I bought an orange juice and it cost 5.50 Can. Not sure if I want to do any trips to Europe or any countries that use the Euro if things are that expensive. I have to say them sure seem more concerned with security in Europe. I had to go through security before I entered Istanbul airport, then had a passport check before I got my ticket, ...
... up under a ramshackle collection of tarpaulins. Lots of "genuine" Louis Vuitton bags, Gap clothing, plus other junk, fresh fish and a huge selection of fruit and veg. This is a local market with thousands of people going there to purchase their weekly produce. Many of the fresh nuts and vegetables we never seen before. Mandarins less than a kiwi dollar per kg avocados expensive though. ...
... was basically a lot of history of certain caves that were churches and famous Turkish people’s houses back in its day. Some very excellent carved furniture and paintings in the caves, quite well preserved.
However, the next day was to be one of the best, we awoke even earlier than the day before for a different kind of flight – hot air ballooning! We were driven to outskirts of Goreme ...
... docked at the junction of the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn. Three cruise ships were already there, so apparently all of the turmoil reported in the media has not scared the cruise lines away!
We had originally scheduled another Culinary Discovery Tour in Istanbul. However when the ship's arrival time was pushed back to 3 PM (probably due to port and slip scheduling problems), the tour was canceled. Oceania felt so bad ...
... Craig here filming James Bond, a few said yes.
Just when you think you've seen it all something slaps you in the face and says but wait there's more! The world, not to mention the universe and its wonders are unimaginable and unattainable.
Strolling through the Topkapi palace I'm in awe, I pass through room after room. Treasuries, armouries and libraries, I'm blown away at the feats of man. I stroll out to a ...
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