Golden Hill Istanbul
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... 1072; себе компа
85;ию, хотя скоре
77; она меня нашла. Мужчи
модны 93; очках, спрос 80;л где ...
... coffee at McDonalds to blog and up load some photos. We the purchased some good at a small supermarket then bought some street food for lunch, before returning on the bus. As I read my book Les downloaded material safety data sheets for the flammable items going with Dream Catcher in the container. We then had a nice walk in the park with Logan. In the evening Les played about with the net book charger, it seems to be giving up, we decide we need to try to get a new one ...
... in traditional dress from all over Africa and Asia – it was fascinating. We managed to perch ourselves on a low rail outside of one of the duty free shops, and stuffed ourselves with bagels, baklava and Turkish delight (making the most of being in the place it originates!) It was fab.
Eventually, our gate number was released and we moseyed down to wait for our boarding. The hippies and the Irish couple were also there (told you ...
... and waved us on! Obviously they had just needed to match face to photo!
We decided to take the Germans all the way to Istanbul, about 300km - maybe get some karma credits! They were ok, just not as much fun as the Aussie and Brit we had taken before. Interestingly enough, both couples were travelling on 10 Euros a day...and we thought we were doing it tough!
The Turkish countryside was dry and parched, the fields quite ...
... but there are lots of police riot vans. Time to move on I think. By the time I got back to Sultanahmet, the part of the old city where I'm staying, the sun was almost set so I I knew there would be the last call to prayer soon, so I grabbed ANOTHER kebab and chips and sat between The Old Mosque and Hagya Sofia whilst it all happens. That was cool and the blue mosque looks just as awesome at night. All in all it was a great day. Istanbul is a wicked city ...