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... around the hostel, constantly dancing. Every single second. He was really fluid, like a worm or a lava lamp. He was nuts. In his own little world. Once I realised he wasn't a bad man and he joined our little group I really liked him. He would frequently try and teach the kitten to rave so calls of "Daniel put the kitty down" were frequent but he was a nice bloke and would do it, mind you he kitten didn't seem to mind. He lived in a haze brought on by years of acid. We ...
... the form, but that will be another story!
The first bus that arrives is full, a couple if minutes later another one arrives,
We get off the bus and walk under the Galata bridge, there are restaurants along here and each one tries to entice us in, either 'take a look at our menu', 'maybe just a drink', 'where are you from', etc, we resist, and carry on to the other side. On the quay side we have coffee and a snack in a cafe, the prices are much cheaper ...
We had the opportunity to sing an “impromptu” concert at the Fatih Municipality Cultural Arts Pavilion. The pavilion is located in a busy area of the city. The backdrop for the stage is the Blue Mosque, which is just behind the pavilion, and Topkapi Palace is behind the audience seats. The pavilion is on the grounds of the Hippodrome, which now only survives in a small number of ruins nearby.
It was very exciting to sing in this ...
We decided to leave Bozcaada and take the overnight bus into İstanbul, and so boarded the ferry and then a small dolmuş (a small private bus that seem to be everywhere waiting for passengers) back north to Çanukkale. In Çanukkale, we bought tickets for the bus, got more vegan pizza with our previous waiter who greeted us with a huge smile and handshakes, and then wandered back to the ticket office waiting room. I was trying to pronounce one place on our map, and ...
... a great seat and thought I’d quickly check what time it was, no watch so looked for my phone, where the bloody hell was my phone? I suddenly remembered my reminder to self, really useful that one. Legged it back but by the time I got my phone the ferry was gone. The guy at the gates saw and me and found it quite amusing but he let me through the barrier again for free so I was happy to trade my misfortune for a ticket to Haydar ...