Fatih Resadiye Hotel
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... the West Bank from Jerusalem. An ugly symbol of what we as humans do to each other.
In the evening I spent a few hours on the roof top talking to an Israeli. The view was spectacular. I listened to the call to prayer while watching the birds flying, noticing the church steeples rising above the city and admiring the Dome of the Rock which was right in front of me. I love how the call to prayer bounces off the hills and ...
... over lunch was the ‘whingers’ on board;
there does seem to be a decent proportion of cruisers that whine over the
simplest of things. Access to the tea
and coffee area; having two poached eggs at the restaurant when they ordered
one – are these people serious? Have
fun in SE Asia when your train is late by 3 hours. (That happened on one of my tours and we just
had to suck it up because it happens – ...
... of being scrubbed with this scratchy loofah then being covered in a mountain of soap suds and massaged. Then we spent hours laying in the sauna, plunging in the pool, and going back in the sauna. It was pretty great. Then we ate Chinese food for dinner, then tried a different raki up on the terrace.
The next morning, we slept in and had a leisurely breakfast, then headed to the airport to catch our flight from Istanbul ...
Gorgeous morning and it is obvious to me that I will find it really hard to leave this place. What a view! I will remember this feeling for ever and a piece of my heart will always be here. Took off late morning after drinking in the view from our room to see the archeological excavations at Akrotiri. The bus took us right to the site and what a surprise, one of the best preserved excavations that we have seen anywhere. After an accident in ...
... we counted 44 ferries, 7 container ships plus other boats all crossing a piece of harbour no bigger than between Devonport and Auckland. It was very entertaining but probably not for the small dinghy that seemed to have broke down in the middle of the chaos! We left port at 7pm and if was a really neat experience. Instanbul is a full on city, massive culture, mosques are not my cup of tea but you must be amazed at the architecture. Tonight we sail to the Greek Island of ...