Hotel Centrum Istanbul
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The past fifteen days has seen us travel approximately 3200km and experience the diversity and culture of ten uniquely different cities. With the wealth of knowledge and professionalism of our guide Elif combined with the friendly Turkish people this country has exceeded our expectations.
With our final few days in Istanbul we caught up on …
After 21 hrs flying we have finally arrived in Istanbul, Turkey. Although we didn't know what to expect this place is beautiful, lovely architecture and friendly people. We arrived early morning and set out for Shannon's first turkish coffee. With several hours to pass we set off sight seeing. I'd mentioned to Shannon that that apparently you haven …
... there, but we remained silent. Occasionally we glanced around, but not once did we even lock eyes. I was kind of content sitting next to this stranger without attempting conversation. I guess that's one of the luxuries of being a tourist, you can isolate yourself as if it's the most natural thing in the world to you. Eventually, a street vendor scuffled past shouting "Chai Chai Chai Chai," referring to the large bucket of tea he carried across ...
... went to Marmara University, which is a college on Asian side of Turkey, meaning I made it to a new continent! We visited with the students and professors from the preschool education department. In the past year, preschool in Turkey has been a big deal because the new government introduced the "4+4+4 Plan." This legislation makes 12 years of education compulsory, starts primary school a year earlier (when children are 5 years old), and allows children ...