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Today Alisha and I visited Kipa, a large chain of retail shops owned by Tesco's. 10 years ago Kipa was a small chain of supermarkets (10-12) only available in Izmir. Today they have over 200 stores nationally and there super stores are like Woolworths, Harvey Norman, and Big W rolled into one - seriously if you are can't find it in Kipa then it probably doesn't exist. We met with both the Head of Marketing and HR each providing some valuable insight on how they approach the market ...
... goes into these rugs is mind blowing. Watching how the silk is gathered from the silkworm cocoons is also very interesting you wonder how somebody actually thought of this process. From here we went to a traditional Turkish pancake house or lunch very nice. The onto the house of Virgin Mary what a beautiful serene spot. Said a couple of prayers lit a candle for dad drank some holy water and left a message on the wishing wall. Back to our hotel early today for ...
... sunken to this low standards since my days in Thailand. Me and Ingo both decided to stay at the cheapest place we could find and Glen headed for a bit of luxury, at a hotel near by. I'm not sure if I should describe our hotel in too much detail but it cost 4 quid a night, had a bucket for a shower, the toilet was Asia style hole in the floor....and the other guests seemed to be ...
We easily rolled out of Istanbul on Saturday morning, bright and early; thankfully, the traffic of the previous evening was nowhere to be found. We headed west towards the Aegean Sea and the tour guide is giving us all kinds of trivial information about his country. He’s quite funny and tells jokes that are actually humourous. The bus is half empty, there are only 23 tourists aboard even though this is high season; we suspect it has ...
... close by and we went out for food. I had the same thing that I had the day before e in a small cafe which was fried kidney wrapped in a cheese stuff pancake and it was the best thing that I have eaten in turkey. It was amazing to say the least. I really think that the cheese pancake is meant to be eaten on its own and the kidney with rice but I just asked for that and they laughed but did it anyway. We headed for our bus and are on our way back to Istanbul, the unofficial capital of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility