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... airport as quickly as possible, but my baggage was delayed coming out. I had a friend waiting to meet me at the bus drop off point, so I was nervous she would leave before i got there. I exited the airport, straight into a freezing cold, horizontal downpour. I got on to the bus and sat shivering waiting for it to fill up.
The journey took longer than expected. On first sight the Turkish countryside looked like Northern ...
... due to return.
We sat in the same place. As we set sail a person was throwing bread to the terns that were swooping and catching the bread in mid flight, a very impressive display.
By the time we arrived back in Istanbul there was only time to walk Logan, who had stayed in the apartment all day, with a notice in Turkish attached to the door to ask the cleaner not to call today.
In the evening we Face timed Jemima, Simon and the ...
... a pre dinner drinks in the Commodore lounge up on deck 10 forward just above the Bridge,where we where entertained with some nice soothing piano music. All 8 at dinner, Steve actually lives on Staten Island is a retired science teacher. In the Royal Court Theatre it was a group of 4, with 2 young English ladies and 2 young American men calling the show “Sing” they sang a good selection of popular ...
... br> Architecturally it is astonishing. This structure was built in the 6th C, with a massive 31 metre dome and two semi domes at two ends. Nothing else like it existed at the time. The Blue Mosque which sits facing Hagia Sophia is a mere baby at only 500 y.o and was built 1000 years later. Massive buttresses have been added to the outside of Hagia Sophia over the centuries to provide support and stabilisation. Without these, it would not have withstood the test of time and ...
... on, in itself was moving enough. It was definitely and experience to camp out on a battlefield. After the Dawn service we walked the 3-4km up artillery road to Lone Pine. There were a few cemeteries you could visit during the walk but we powered on up so we could get a good spot for the Lone Pine Service. I would have hated to have had to walk up that road if it had of been raining. It was a decent slope. The Lone Pine service was really nice and went for a lot longer ...