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Travel Blogs from Istanbul
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-- Ryan Wells, Sound and Fury
I have waited nine and a half months to write this joke. It's one of my favourites.
Istanbul has lots of kittens roaming around the city. They are pretty cute, they get fed by the people and even provided with fresh water. There are also a few street dogs. They all seem very healthy, friendly and well behaved.
... quite get around to it, but I have a strong feeling we'll be coming back to Turkey (if you saw the many commercials Kobe Bryant made for Turkish Air, now I sound like him).
After about 24 hours travel time (our flight out of Paris was late so we missed our connection in Seattle) we stumbled home around 8:00pm. As the old saying goes...... there's no place like home. That will wear off fast because we are off to Fiji in 6 weeks. Back on the diets till then. So long for ...
... after my return home, but this has been a little more time consuming that I'd thought it'd be.
This is my recap and through it I'm letting you know that I've edited and added the previous entries, and filled in the missing entries, I've also uploaded many pictures and in time I'll upload albums to my Facebook page. I hope that following my travels through this travel blog has not been too cumbersome.
Your comments are appreciated.
... during spring, and you could sense those lights were igniting the soul of the city, one different to the Istanbul you see during the day.
Afterwards we walked through the darkening streets, heading uphill for a long time, finally popping out on a main road called İstiklal Avenue that leads all the way up to Taksim Square.
As we turned the corner we heard chanting and felt a thrum of activity – a demonstration up ahead. ...
... am correct this is one of the 7 wonders of the world, and it was breath taking seeing it! Hagia Sofia means divine wisdom of God. When it was being built over 1500 years ago, it took only 5 years to build with 500 men. It was the biggest church of the world! For 10 centuries it was a church for the Christians and then it became a mosque for Muslims only for 5 years. After those 5 years it was strictly just a museum. So the interesting things about it is that it can be called a ...