Hotel Gonluferah City
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... was great for getting my bearings, although by the time we hit the grand bazar and spice markets I doubted I could find my way back - it took a few hours and while everyone on finishing went to lunch with Sukrus - A couple of us headed down to the waterfront to find the local fish roll s - Mackerel or sardines lightly barbecued with pickles on a fresh bun - a couple of lira - I had Mackerel which was ...
... my personal favourite, is introduced with a line reminding you that you are better off praying rather than sleeping. With the volume of some of the calls there is little chance of sleeping.
Our hotel has a thermal pool which is great to relax in after a long day on the road. Today we went roaming from the hotel, got confused, and were faced with 140 stairs. When we got to the top, we found it was wrong again, ...
To set the scene. I'm in a candlelit courtyard tapping away at this blog. It feels like I'm in the 17th Century as having to type with a candle next to the keyboard.
Wake up in a better frame of mind and checking out of hotel they take my rucksack for secure storage whilst I blitz the sights. I really need more time here to do it all justice but not helped by the faff from yesterday.
Stay local to Sultanahmet ...
... br> Joke of the day from the guide: a doctor, a lawyer and a priest survive the sinking of a transatlantic ship and end up on a rock in the ocean together. They spot a raft 100 meters out and with the waters being treacherous and all, must decide who will swim out to get it so they can all embark on it. The doctor pronounces that he cannot go because if anyone gets hurt while attempting to get it, he’s the only one who can treat him. The ...
... But I did what I've been raised to do and kept my head about me, gave it a damn fine shot, and came through with that unique pride and satisfaction which can only be gained through hard work.
Tonight was a celebration of the end of an Upper Intermediate class that is full of great people. Sitting at a huge table in the restaurant owned by one of the students' uncles, I had a much needed reminder of the blessings I should be counting on ...