Hotel Bulvar Palas
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... from the hostel until late morning. As I wandered the streets, I was reminded of a description I'd read about Istanbul: it has all the comforts of the west, with the exotic allure of the east. I can't put it any better. The streets mix the commercial brands with the local flavour and passion which marks the mediterranean nations. It all creates a rather vibrant mix, which I rather like. Nowhere does the east meets west addage ...
... until he bashfully accepted defeat. Lesson learned - don't mess with me. Not the best opening for Turkey but I wasn't letting it taint my first impressions. I found Cheers hostel with the help lf some kind, and unsually starey Turkish men. I had forgotten what it was like to be stared at as if your skirt is tucked into your underwear. I wasn't wearing a skirt so I just took it in my stride. Welcome to Turkey! Things rapidly improved when I sunk into my ridiculously comfortable bunk ...
... they will call us for the full details. We also had quick search for apartments in Mumbai, we saved some to study later. During the day we swopped emails back and forth with Catoni, to finalise details for Tuesdays stuffing. We walked back to camp as the rain had eased, then walked Logan. The hooded crows we have takes about before as well as being clever are very brave, they come really close to Logan when he is laid down, ...
... over the hills of Cappadocia is magic. Surprisingly when shopping around food and accommodation was cheaper over here than in non-touristy towns and cities that we went to. Up to this stage our budget was $20 (R200) per day per person including food and accommodation, but we realized this was unrealistic and decided to stop punishing ourselves and increased our budget to $25 (R250) a day. We had 5 awesome days in Cappadocia walking around a lot, renting a bicycle ...
... We visited the Minelayer, Nusret and Cimenlik Castle.
Troy was a must see for us, purely because of the Troy movie.
No, I didn't get to see Brad Pitt in his Achilles outfit, but we did get
to see a replica of the famous Trojan horse...and it was huge! The
ruins themselves were not greatly excavated so it was hard to see
The Acropolis of Pergamum is certainly dramatic, perched atop a high, ...