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... we went to the cisterns, which was pretty cool, and we fed the fish bread from brekkie. I preferred this experience to Hagia Sofya.
We then walked to Grand Bazaar, before checking out a Han nearby, where we found a man who let us up for great views of the city. Walked to Spice Market and had salty yoghhirt drink and Turkish Pizza whilst enjoying views of mosques and life passing by. Then we set off for a ...
... the next week's lessons. One person is in charge of creating the materials and writing the plan for every two weeks, so I'll probably end up writing the plans for seven weeks this year. Because the parents are constantly comparing their kids to others, we have to make sure we do the exact same thing in every class to ensure no one can complain that their kid missed out. The plans are then all saved on the school server and submitted to the Ministry of Education.
... prescription for now.
6/12/12 - 20.00
"Hey, did you guys just check-in here?" This time, I found another way to awkwardly introduce myself to people at the hostel, but unlike last time, I totally got called out on it. About 5 hours after meeting Andre and Chole, I was told, "That was so awkward!" To which I asked the table: how does one initiate a conversation at a hostel without it being awkward?
That is, until Chloe ...
... passengers fro the Turkish Airline flight that should have departed at 9 a.m were still awaiting their plane. At about 10 a.m. the Turkish airline plane arrived and the atmosphere, although still claustrophobic, lifted noticeably!
Not long after, our Pegasus plane arrived. It has "flypgs.com" blazoned across the length of the plane. (Flying pigs? - Not a great comforter!). The holding lounge was very crowded and a message came over the ...
... One of these annoying guys even told me, after I continuously said no I don’t want to talk to you, “I know you are not came to Istanbul for a men, but maybe it is destiny. Life have full of the surprise. What will be will be.” Although I was irritated that he, and every other guy I passed, would not leave me alone, I forgive him. I forgave all of them that last night as I strolled by the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sofia one last time before retiring. Even if they are ...