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... and well maintained, with plenty of trees and the road is lined with roses - not to mention geraniums, petunias and begonias. Eventually we begin to wonder if this part of town has been specially cleaned up to welcome Olympics visitors, but that feels so curmudgeonly - our guide Frank is cheerful, knowledgeable and very proud of his city as he welcomes us to China and to the start of the tour.
Our hotel with only 6 floors feels positively ...
... in Australia and see what was taking so long. With 500euro,90 lira and no Working bank cards and no possible forseen future of getting any, I wS glad I was hitch hiking today with Alex. Granted I didn't have a ticket to Istanbul and just rocked up at the airport it all worked out. From käs to antalya we only needed two rides. One fella drove us two hours through the most amazing windy mountains beside the most amazing clear seaside beaches. We had so much time ...
... had some tea. We then walked back to the Blue mosque and Hagia Sophia for prayer and a watermelon dessert. It had been such an eventful and crazy first day. We would not have survived without Rimsha, our human GPS and Zenyel, our family friend turned brother. I think fay is really enjoying herself too - we went shipping for a bit and got some wonderful buys! Well, good night and remember to dream! ...
... fish, back
down under the road and through a tunnel lined with shops. One was selling toy machine guns, do we have those at home?
Up to the fish markets and caught the tram to hippo drome and home.
Anya and Yusuf have organized a surprise for me and there was a beautiful bunch of flowers waiting for me. What a thoughtful young man and a beautiful daughter.
a very lovely Mother's Day
... stockings to the other side and exit. I can finally free myself of the scarf and put my shoes back on. The Blue Mosque is unique among mosques in this mosque filled city with its 6 minarets. Architecturally, it would stand out anywhere. The tile work is magical. But all the wires and trusses (and the crowds and hot scarf) unfortunately detract from what must have been something quite special when it was built.
On to the HG, which is just across the park. The line has gone down ...