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... from western Asia to Eastern Europe.
I arrived at Taksim square and luckily my friend Lily hadn't left. She'd been waiting an hour and a half in the rain and looked absolutely freezing. We headed back to the hotel, dropped off my bags and went out for dinner. We had Turkish Kebabs on the banks of the Bosphorus.
That night we caught up over sisha and a turkish coffee, then turned in early, ready for a big day tomorrow.
... through Kadikoy several times before going round in circles looking for the ferry terminal on our way back from Safron Bolu. Once we had arrived we recognise where we were and know which general direction to walk in to the main areas. We set out to look for a coffee shop, but discover a nice clothes shop on the way, there's nothing like a bit of retail therapy to cheer a girl up! and Les patiently waited for his coffee while I ...
... our guide Oki told us a bit of local info- there are 5 cruise ships in port today putting 6000 extra visitors and 300 coaches to go with the 18000 taxi’s already on the roads. There are 2,800 mosques in Istanbul who serve the 15 million people of which 4.5 million ( the population of NZ) live on the Asian side and travel by ferry and road to the European side every day for work. It turned out to be a ...
... of the many guided tours to pick up snippets of info along the way.
Steve went shopping, again. Mandy enjoys places and things whereas Steve enjoys people so Steve loves the hustle and bustle of the markets and watching the interaction between the hawkers and the browsers. And, after being whisked around as a child from garage sale to garage sale by his bargain hunter father, he also loves a good deal. So, three more Tommy Hilfiger polo shirts for the grand total of ...
... at Lone Pine finished that it started raining! We had to sit in the rain while waiting for the buses to come in. They had set up a number system for the buses and at the start it was first in best dressed. We were number 28. They called you through to the ceremony area by bus numbers and as we were leaving it was similar. They had the numbers of the buses come up on the big screen a bit like Keno. When your bus number came up you went to one of the queuing areas and ...