Four Seasons Istanbul at the Bosphorus
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... to grab lunch before going to the Blue Mosque. We walked up and down the roads in search of something new and sure enough, we only found the same Turkish food. So we found a place that looked decent, ate our lunch, enjoyed another free cup of tea (apple this time, Logan had to choke it down as apple tea isn't exactly up his alley) and then moved on to Blue Mosque. Since this was a mosque being used for worship, we had to follow the rules to enter. ...
... from the mountains by an aqueduct and stored underground. There are many columns supporting the ceiling and fish in the water.
Then we went to the Topkapi Palace. This is where the old rulers of Turkey, the sultans, lived. We saw some of the treasures and jewels of the sultans and old clothes and swords.
It got very cold in the afternoon so we came back to our hotel for a while before going out for ...
... the airport in order to catch our connector, our hopes were dashed of catching a glimpse of Gavin DeGraw during the layover, who was scheduled to be arriving in Frankfurt that day as well. Oh well - I guess Ash will have to find a more opportune time to propose to him. Visas in Turkey were a piece of cake - we still got passport stamps - and getting through the airport was easy, and our taxi driver had to stop only ...
... case, over the shoulder bag and sleeping bag was hard but was nothing to what they would have done! It was soon time to be back on the bus and on our way back to Istanbul. As this was the last night of the tour we all went out for a drink and a meal but there were a lot of no-shows as I can imagine that the bed would have looked all to appealing to some!! This morning after a great sleep it is down to reception for a 10am pick up and then I fly out to London at 1:55pm to begin my biggest adventure ...
... By the end of the summer, before we had even started, we were already a bit disgruntled and rather unsure about the new place. The length of time it took to get everything sorted, and the emotional toil it took to do so put a serious strain on our summer. But all that was now behind us, and we had to focus on moving ahead and prospering in our new positions -- so on August 22nd, we tried our best to do so as we started our three-day orientation program with the other new teachers.
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