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Istanbul is huge and busy - eight million people and densely backed in, I didn't cope well especially at the Grand Bazaar which is an enclosed market and packed with shoppers. We did a lot of walking though - about 12kms a day because we were to scared to try the trams and taxis.
We also took a ferry trip 45 minutes in one direction and didn't even come close to getting to the end of Istanbul.
... meal, come back all relaxed and mellow for the first time for 2 days Brian gets an email " sorry but your bike will not be ready so you cannot fly on Sunday" you will have to cancel your flights and Accomodation in Nepal and rebook. Apparently customs do not work on a weekend and it is the festival of the killing of the lamb.....yuck....... So maybe Thursday or Friday before bike can go through customs Another sleepless night ...
... to get stuck in the alley Tom-tom showed was the way to the hotel. So I got out and took off by foot up hill and readily found our Azze hotel. A great choice near Sishane Metro stop. Dave dropped me and the luggage off at the hotel and went on his own to Ataturk Airport to return the rental car.
I busied myself with much needed clothes washing, shower and mani ...
... of Istanbul as the connection between Asia and Europe, more specifically, the Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea (via the Marmara and Aegean Seas), has existed since ancient times, and its strategic value has not changed any in modern times as seen by the proposal to build a canal to help alleviate traffic in the Bosporus Strait.
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... about 11 hours with a few hours of sleep here and there, we made it to Sofia. Unfortunately, before we even got off the train we were bombarded in our sleeper cabin by “tourist information” and they led us off the train in order to help us find our way. We were still a bit groggy so we didn’t think anything of it until it was too late. We made it out to the street and of course the two men start asking us for money! Not only did we ...