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The first bus that arrives is full, a couple if minutes later another one arrives,
We get off the bus and walk under the Galata bridge, there are restaurants along here and each one tries to entice us in, either 'take a look at our menu', 'maybe just a drink', 'where are you from', etc, we resist, and carry on to the other side. On the quay side we have coffee and a snack in a cafe, the prices are much cheaper ...
... we were transported to the airport first thing in the morning for a flight to Kayseri with a transfer to Cappadoccia and a day tour. We would also be staying in a cave hotel with a sauna where you can have your own hammam experience, participating in a hot air balloon ride first thing the following morning and another day tour for the rest of the day. The experience was completed with a transfer back to the airport, flight back and transfer back to our hotel. ...
... despite there being numerous empty tables, so we ended up having dinner at the Daphne just yards from our hotel that boasted an equally good vista this time over the Marmara Sea, but with staff who were happy to please and seat us at an outside table. That evening there was a most beautiful sunset colouring the view in a magical orange hue. At one point part of the sky appeared to be on fire as a cloud burnt dark red by the setting sun appeared like a flame on the ...
Today was the last day in Turkey and it was spent simply breathing it all in. I slept in (AGAIN)! TWO DAYS in a row. If beauty sleep were real, I would have been called by a modeling agency upon waking up today! But, seriously.
I decided to explore some of the less touristy spots of Istanbul, so Uncle Riki (AUS) and I wandered around the Spice Bazaar. I liked this one so much ...
... a private company because the local cab companies are sometimes not the most ethical in their dealings with customers. It worked great once we finally found our name on a sign, one of literally dozens of car services waiting to pick up people. Yvonne had watched not one, but 2, movies on the nine hour flight to London so guess who was really tired when we arrived in Istanbul. ...