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... hole - bigger than a manhole on the pavement just up from out apartment. Anne watched a young mother carrying a babe fall into it. She was preoccupied on the mobile phone and she and her baby had a nasty tumble.
Our breakfast was generally from a small shop in the street below. They had several prepared dishes and made omelette to order. Strangely we preferred šay to coffee and Dave often had Ayran - a very watery ...
Today I woke up around 8:30 am I think, the seagulls were really loud, I could hear them through my ear plugs! Then we ate eggs, bread and fruit for breakfast. Then we lounged around until we had all showered, done laundry and updated our blogs. (Hooray! There is wifi here!) then we left. We walked to the Hagia Sofia, but on the way we ate at a restaurant. We were given this giant flat bread, but it was all puffed up, so it seemed super big. ...
This was it. Today was our last day in Istanbul and my last day on holiday. We got up early and headed off for breakfast at Cafe Point, near Taksim. Lily opted for chocolate croissants and I went for Turkish Sausages. Lily's croissants were fresh and tasty. Especially with all the extra Nutella she piled on, but my sausages were weird at best. They appeared to be sliced hotdogs in tomato sauce, and looked suspiciously like the sausages the cats were eating on the ...
So when I left off I was on Santorini, but this blog kicks off with me travelling from Santorini to Rhodes, another Greek island, and this time a very large one. Now being that it's winter and the majority of the tourists are gone getting there required flying back through Athens which was a bit lame, but what are you gonna do? Now Rhodes apart from being very large is also so close to Turkey you can literally see it. The proximity of Turkey (and in ancient times ...
... of Logan. We set off in Dream catcher to explore the rest of the park, we climbed steadily up and up stopping along the way for photos and a coffee break. At the highest point 5983ft we stopped and chatted to 3 young men who were making a documentary about the park. They had a camera attached to a mini helicopter that they could fly by remote control. They all liked our vehicle and took some photographs of us and it. They had ...