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... are attached to a sack truck. We presume they then sell the items.
Back at Dream Catcher we watch an old lady bring a lot of bread for the birds around 50 sea gulls and crows make a commotion as they try to get some of the bread.
Murat and his lovely daughters, aged 13 and aged 9 came to visit us in the evening, after looking at Dream Catcher we went to the cafe close by, we enjoyed chatting about travel, cooking, education and our families. Thanks again it was ...
... to do one of the boat trips up the Bospherous. the boat was absolutely packed - the touts had obviously done particularly well and there was no room on the upper deck by the time we clambered aboard. We decided to stand downstairs outside at the front of the boat instead. The sun was setting and as we pulled away from the harbour, I looked back at the familiar shape of the New Mosque bathed in an orange glow. This is a great way to see the extent of ...
... to artworks. There was also stuff on neighboring cultures. Then i covered the ceramic plate museum, then saw some of the byzantine ruins. I covered one more smaller museum in the area and then left.
I then went to the Hagia sophia – a byzantine church, that turned into a mosque that turned into a museum. There was a line to get in but that was security. Once i got in i had a look around, this was an ...
... mini, which was cheaper than buying one in Europe but much more expensive than in the USA. We have to chalk up that premium to the cost of travel.
We still look for budget hotels and reasonably priced restaurants. We like our air conditioning, private bathrooms with hot water, etc. Our average of $46 per day for a hotel in Turkey gets you the same standard as a $25 hotel in much of Asia.
Renting the car added up ...
... as though the place had been bombed, and we put our backpacks securely on the front of us and continued with a fake smile, swallowing our uneasiness. It was with relief that we finally saw the water and trekked back home to continue in the comfort of the cool arty area.
We had purchased bus tickets to Ankara, attempting to stay true to our ‘overland-ness’ while on a mission to get our Iranian Visa’s. On the very early morning of our departure, we ...