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... total for the whole 9 nine months being about 200,000. One area we stopped was the Anzac Commemorative point, which is one area that they hold Anzac Celebrations at. Very pretty area, about 8 metres from the beach there was a ship which was sunk in about 8 mtrs of water. Many locals swam out to it. From here we stopped at Anzac Cove, I was amazed at how small the area was and to think that 27,000 troops landed in this area, between ...
... and you cant pay the driver. A young guy got on and a woman told him to scan his card twice so he did then asked her why? She explained I didn't have a ticket so I gave him 5 lira and he was happy.
One hour on the bus and I was getting worried. I thought I should have crossed the Bosphorus bridge and I was looking for signs to try to pick up which suburb I was in. I asked a couple next to me if we were still going towards Taksim and they ...
... each stall offers something slightly different but really it's all the same. Wooden utensils, woven baskets, cheap toys, all make great souvenirs, but do you really need another random piece of nothing to bring home? As I passed through this section many times (it became my directing point to get back "home"), I find it amusing just how many places can supply the same thing and still make a living.
Grand bazaar: Very similar to the Egyptian Market only with a ...
... reason the games were
awarded to Tokyo. So much for that dream.
When planning my return flight from
London to Seattle I noticed that under United Airlines' mileage
program it was cheaper to fly back from Istanbul that it was to fly
from London/Heathrow. The difference in price was just about the
price of a ticket on Turkish Airlines from Heathrow to Ataturk
Airport, Istanbul, so I carved out a week, including travel days, at
the end of my ...
A few evenings earlier I was making a papers mache peach for my kid - he or she is going as David (aka James and also the huge peach) as his 'bookweek' persona, and although I used to be creating the 'glue' from white-colored flour and drinking water, the idea of taking in that white colored starchy goop like many people do day-to-day such as cereals, loaves of bread, and noodles taught me to think extended and tough about our present foods versions. The wholesome food pyramid ...