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Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... as though the place had been bombed, and we put our backpacks securely on the front of us and continued with a fake smile, swallowing our uneasiness. It was with relief that we finally saw the water and trekked back home to continue in the comfort of the cool arty area.
We had purchased bus tickets to Ankara, attempting to stay true to our ‘overland-ness’ while on a mission to get our Iranian Visa’s. On the very early morning of our departure, we ...
... jam and a few other dishes as well as the menemen. Needless to say, we weren't able to finish it. But we wanted to- everything was delicious! As we ate, more people began to how up and wait for tables. We had definitely found Sunday brunch.
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... moving to Istanbul to originally take up a guide job with Intrepid. After doing that for a while, he decided to go it alone and set up is own business "My Local Guide Istanbul". Makes sense as I don't see why any guide would work for a company when they can set up their own business really cheaply and keep all the profits. Plus, I don't think its very difficult. Actually, I think the job is easy and something I may enjoy doing in ...
... Istanbul, gazing out the window as the vegetation became less dry and slowly developed into a European green. After sitting at the back of the bus for a few hours and nibbling away at food offered to us by the Turkish family beside us, we suffered the hour-long ordeal of crossing the Turkish border and entering a new frontier; a place we'd only ever dreamed about, and even then, it was only one of those strange dreams you get when you eat too much cheese. We were ...
Jeff and I arrived in Istanbul after a 12 hour flight, got to our hotel and went to bed. The next morning we were up bright and early for an 8:00 tour at lasted til 10:30 at night. Polat took us to the richest, poorest, most religious Etc. communities in Istanbul. We really feel like we experienced the city. We were told it was a secular city but the berkas were frequently seen and colored headscarves were more ...
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