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... mosques, flash houses, palaces and another great sunset.
4 - archaeology museum in lieu of Topkapi Palace was a snooze and then was trapped inside the compound waiting for some large and expensive looking government convoy went through. Exciting. Went up Galata Tower, caught some views and then went wandering up into a hillside park populated by drinkers (tea and other stuff) , dogwalkers and a couple of homeless guys running a duck farm or something? Great sunset views at ...
... clock. Bob went and collected the washing from the laundry and had a beer while I had a Nanna nap. Tonight we had dinner at Loti cafe. It was the best meal and wine (a rose) I've had since leaving Sydney. It was so good we went back there the following lunch and dinner times. Not sure how many steps we did today, but after dinner we were both dead on our feet, so strolled home and fell into bed around 9 ...
... air and then back down. They finally out the whole plane down and managed to safely get us to our gate..... waitC where's our gate? Haha, more planes than gates I guess. We got off the plane old school style and then a bus took us to the main airport, wow, ghetto. Got thru security and passport control just fine. Picked up some Turkish lira and my bag and found a taxi. The only taxi that couldn't find his way. He had to call Cem and ask for directions. Wow. Horrible ...
... grab a fresh fillet each time there was an order. He packed it into a bread roll with a bit of lettuce and onion, and there was lemon and salt on the tiny little tables to season as you liked, all for 6 lira (about $3) each!
Every day we would have to make the obligatory stop at least once (often twice!) for sweets! As I said earlier, a piece of baklava or Turkish delight in Turkey is akin to a daily gelato in Italy or a baguette in France, right?! I’m not sure which is ...
... fee, the attendant tried to tell us something, we used the translator to help, we informed us that there was a football match at the nearby stadium on Sunday, we will not be allowed to park here. We had a walk with Logan for half an hour or so and then whilst I prepared tea Les went to the shop for a few supplies. By the time we sat down we feel exhausted, We let the family know our news and look at the world map for ...