Divan City Istanbul
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... of the apartment block for $150 a night.
We are in an expensive area though and the steak restaurant we went to the first night extracted NZD220 from us- mostly because we didn't ask how much anything cost - for the record Steve's cheap sparkling wine was NZD25 a glass, you can buy the whole bottle from a wine shop for NZD10.
After dinner we went to a really nice bar "Le Petit Masion" with branches in Nice and London. Here ...
... for us and arranged for him to come and meet us, all seems well. Adil arrives and asks to see our passports, oh, you can fly on Sunday Jenny but Brian can't ??? Apparently Brian has a stamp in his passport which includes the bike and he cannot leave the country unless the bike is stamped out. We arrive at the depot and after a few phone calls, if we leave Brians passport with Adil as well as the bike it will get sorted out and the ...
... thoroughfares. Often they check buses and trucks. We presumed they were looking for illegals. Our passports were checked and, with big grins, they waved us on. This was our 3rd time and each time the police were super friendly and courteous.
Expressway through Scenic Areas
The toll road to Istanbul was quite scenic with plenty of green agricultural space and lakes.
... to determine where their alliances should be. To the more secular west, (secular defined as: not subject to or bound by religious rule) or to its Eastern neighbors united by a common faith? Upon its founding under the iconic leader Mustafa Kemal "Ataturk" (meaning Father of the Turks) measures and policies have been taken to ensure a separation of "mosque and state". Yet, many young ...
... met so far. Yes, there are people who want to sell things or want to make a living, but we feel more comfortable here than we guessed. It's still a city, with rich and poor, beggars and wealthy, but so far when people approach us, they have almost always wanted to help, show us where we are on the map or translate for us. Not what we were expecting. And now, we have our own tour guide to the city in our friend and hostess. Such a treat!
Ok, off to the Grand ...