Courtyard Istanbul International Airport
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Early start for me today with Chris taking us to the airport at 8am ready for our 11 am flight to Istanbul. Hope it warms up in Istanbul before our return stopover because it's 6 degrees in Turkey and rainy. Stephen managed to write his golf goals on his boarding card but his seat was B2 not A1 like Rory so maybe a below par performance this year. …
... my carry one was just that little big too small, but surprisingly my checked bag was down almost a kilo, including my new $6 beach towel that I figured I'd hold onto for now. Have been very restrained amongst lots of fun stuff because I really don't want to carry it for another 2 months! Enjoying the really good wifi in Abu Dhabi, hopefully will have some new tales soon from ...
... two weeks on tour, the foggy veil might be lifted and we will get to see them. Mosques and markets also have to wait. Meanwhile, we have enjoyed finding our way around, checking out the impressive sweet shops and the Pera Palas Hotel, home to Agatha Christie when she was in town. I've also provided entertainment for the locals by lurching about on the tram as I tried repeatedly to take a handhold. Yes, the tram trip is a rough ...
... Museum, had a quick lunch, found the carpet place recommended by our Greek trip companions, wandered through the Grand Bazaar, walked back to our hotel via the Hippodrome looking at the obelisks and found a new car group to look at. This group is from Germany and travelling in a group of 300 vehicles to Jordan with supplies for a Children's Hospital. They sell the cars and donate the money to the charity and fly home. Whew!
Dinner tonight at ...
... Ozzie!" One grabbed my camera, saying he'd had experience taking photos for Playboy, and snapped a photo of me in his shop. If he HAD actually worked for Playboy, I felt in complete contrast to his usual models in my thick plum-coloured jacket!
For 2.50 lira we scored ourselves big chicken rolls, which would be inconceivable in Australia. I also bought some sahlep from a street vendor, which I proceeded to spill all over the floor of the ...