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... air ticket in May and things finally seems confirmed and real.
On the month before I left, I was still travelling an hour to my workplace and doing the stupid facebook promotions. In fact, all I'm thinking was the trip. "I'm doing this for the trip." this was the only motivation for me at that time.
Planning a trip to Europe was not easy, the first thing you need is money, especially for a student like me who have no income at all, this is the first ...
... lunch and finally had some great Turkish cuisine that we had both been looking for. The place had free Wi-Fi which was really good.
After a good lunch, we went for a walk through the Grand Bazaar and bought a few bits and pieces and then back to the ship.
We had dinner and actually had a pretty quiet night as we were both tired after the past two days.
A day at sea ...
After the 20 minute coffee warm up break, we were in front of the Hagia Sophia. As we entered, I must have been digging in my pocket for my phone, and it was here I unknowingly lost ten Lira. The guards spotted the note on the floor and asked if it was anyone’s – but for some reason I didn’t open my mouth and speak up. I wasn’t truly sure if it was mine. The note was placed in the donations box.
The Hagia Sophia is enormous. Seeing pictures ...
... the next morning and I spent an additional 3 days in Istanbul, hanging out with Ben and Luana from Brazil who I met on the metro.
The next three days built on the good experience in Cappadocia. We explored the Blue Mosque, the Topkapi Palace and Harem, the Basilica Cistern, and the Spice Market again. We did a cruise of the Bosphorous, tried a hammam for the first time and met some locals and travellers. The first night, Ben and I found a local ...
Now where was I,ah, I remember. We had breakfast and then went to check the bike,checked the oil level on the sight glass,nearly full,pressed the start button with all fingers and toes crossed,God it sounded awful! Checked the sight glass again no oil showing! Switched off, Jenny said,"why don't we walk to a garage and buy some more oil" We promptly did and added about half a litre,let it ...