BEST WESTERN Premier Regency Suites & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Dan makes the choice to ride up the road that is faced with a massive steep hill, thanks bro. So we start pedalling up and it’s so steep that Bec loses momentum and has to jump off, Aaron’s bike can’t do the hill so he is walking his bike, meanwhile Dan and I pound it out as long as we can. I get about ¾ of the way and secretly I was thinking about burning off that ½ a kilo of Turkish delight yesterday, haha.
This hill keeps going and ...
... suspect however it quickly became apparent this guy was genuine. Off to
the Iran embassy we go.
The Iran visa has a bit of a reputation for being difficult to
obtain so we were preparing for the worst.
The embassy guard man helped us out and got us into the front of the
queue…. However after some time the official who was attending us (Shiraz)
indicated there was a technical problem with their system and we would need to
... We were then wrapped into a towel and left there to sit on a chair. There was no instruction after this so we eventually just got up and left. Chris' experience was pretty equal to mine but at least he had 2 Slovakian guys who got scammed along with him, so he didn't feel quite as uncomfortable. All in all, this was our final activity in Istanbul and it left us with a bad taste in our mouths. We checked the tripadvisor reviews directly after and it seems that everyone who ...
... that I was dazzled. My taboos were clarified and what came before as ideas ready, full of unwarranted connections between Islam, terrorism, violence, war, sexism, submission, today I see solidarity, faith, discipline, protection, care, cleaning, worship, prosperity and above LOVE everything. I could see, feel and live. I'm feel emotion to hear five times a day mosque’s sound of the call to time of prayer. No, I didn’t become Muslim (yet), but today ...
... the old town of Istanbul, and we had a nice lunch of kofte and calamari; as well as an opportunity to try traditional Turkish 'cay' (tea), which was strong but tasty. After our ferry trip we took the advice of a Chinese girl we had met on the ferry, and ventured into Sultanahmet (old city) to a Turkish Hamam (bath-house). We had heard about Turkish baths and were keen to give it a go. Emerging afterwards from ...