Arca Suite Hotel
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... he brought two other children over. We all stared at each other while trying to use sign language to communicate. We didn't get too far. On our way home we stopped at the same place Max and I had had lunch so he could play. He had fun jumping in the blow up jumping house. As we were walking home through our park, Max decided he was just too tired to go on and said he needed to rest. So we sat down on the grass to rest and it wasn't long before the ladies ...
... So ends the record of my six week adventure in Iran and Turkey. I have already begun to plan a two to three week cycle tour for next summer , this close to home, probably to Drumheller AB. Cycle touring is now in my blood and I expect it will be my way to stay fit and trim.
As I review and organize my photos I may add new photos and edit the text to this journal. Feel free to return in a week or two for updates.
GEARING DOWN (somewhat)
Our first day in Istanbul began with an amazing breakfast in the hotel. The group was excited to begin our short visit to Istanbul - a world away in both geography and culture.
The ancient Turkish city, straddles the Bosphorus Strait dividing Europe and Asia. With a population of14 million people, coming from all corners of the country and world. This influx of people not only makes Istanbul a bustling destination. We met our guide Yasim and set off on a short walk from the hotel to ...
... there are many Australians, (who always seem to be on a vacation), a few Canadians and I assume the rest are Americans. We will get a full list tomorrow.
And the rest of the story (From Yvonne)
Sue and I determined that "Noah's Pudding" was what Noah's wife found left-over in the galley. Turkish Children were told that this is what Noah fed the ...
... I ended up finding a pair I liked but was quoted a ridiculous price. I offered what I though they were worth. The salesman insisted that he had started with his best price. No problem. I walked out. A Grand Bizarre shop that doesn't negotiate? What malarkey. The tout pleaded for me to stop in his scarf shop. All cheap ****. I began to leave and the tout called me 'rude’ for taking up his time and not buying anything. What a ****.