Divan City Istanbul
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... bits and of course batteries, we will have one of those before we leave! We walk back down the road to the garage and there is some activity, the youngest if the mechanics is underneath. We hover around in the sunshine for a while, the chap from the very smart wheel and tyre place next door brought us coffee, how kind! The coffee was very strong and had milk in it but it went down ok! The young mechanic had gone off now with the ...
... trip! Luckily the stops were at a minimum and we made good pace. Just on half way to Istanbul, Owen took over and we started to get a few spits of rain. We hadn't had rain in weeks, and this was turkey, how bad could it get?! I joked that the people stopped on highway were confused as to how to turn on the windscreen wipers on, and welcomed the rain and temp change, it was only a light shower anyways - oh how wrong I was! As we climbed higher and higher in ...
I arrived around lunchtime on Friday, after a long but uneventful flight. My very kind friends Asli and Alp arranged for someone to pick me up from the airport. They told me to look for someone holding a sign saying "VA". I was expecting a middle-aged, gray haired guy with a mustache. Imagine my surprise when I saw it was their son Yunus holding the sign. (The gray haired driver was standing next to him.) On the drive from the airport, which is on the ...
... much as Sarah was still sick - and we managed to find ourselves in the Egyptian spice market! We honestly don't know how we managed this as it was certainly not our intention, in fact Sarah had to ask around to confirm where we actually were! But, again, this was certainly on our to do list so we were not complaining:) Walking around, it had the same feel as the Grand Bazaar, however the smell was intoxicating!! Every spice and tea ...
... into Istanbul we were certainly back in civilisation, huge motorways and plenty of chaos. After a spot of lunch at a highly recommended Turkish restaurant (kind of like tapas Turkish style), we headed for the Grand Bazaar. Unfortunately it was a bit of a let-down, the streets of markets surrounding it are much more chaotic than the bazaar itself, too many high end jewellery and “authentic” clothes ...