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... of cheese or ground meat, and that’s it. I elect the cheese but later wished I had gone for the meat – it might have had more flavour. And we get a can of fizzy drink too.
The seating area is very busy and all tables are full except for one. I join a European looking man there. He is fair haired, angular and tall, we engage in conversation. His name is Sep or something like it, and he comes from Austria. He is working for an NGO and will travel into the far west ...
... but with a stopover in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), we need to ask if we needed a transit visa for UAE and if we needed to show our credit card on the moment of the checking in, this was a problem because we bought our tickets with Tereza’s E-card. We couldn’t done this before because we send many emails but with no response so we had to go to the office and ask.
We went together with Murat because his work was really close to the office of Air Arabia. ...
... The view from the tower was spectacular. Istanbul stretched out like a carpet covering the hills on all sides of the Bosphorus, and several nearby roads added a nice touch of lighting. Mosques were easily found given their minarets reaching for the sky, and several skyscrapers could be seen in the distance to the north. The view actually extended far enough to see across the entire Golden Horn and back over to the Asian side. It was definitely worth the ...
... It became a museum in 1933 and has been undergoing renovation since then. There is quite a bit of scaffolding there at the moment but it is still a magnificent building (though personally I don’t think it can beat the Mosque of Cordoba, Spain). The dome is renowned because of its design, which gives it an illusion of being ...
... days I rode the hills under the blazon red autumn leaves, stopping only at lunch. I was eager to get to Istanbul, not only for the personal milestone, but to meet my long suffering girlfriend, Gayle. After a steep three hour climb I rounded the final hairpin bend to see the border post. The road swept steeply down before me into Turkey, running in twists and turns eventually pulling straight toward a sizzling orange sunset. For twenty minutes ...
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