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... have never traveled in business class but I am sure I will soon. Nevertheless, I enjoy flying no matter where I am sitting. This is time to relax, eat, drink, watch movies, sleep and get to know interesting people. Normally, when I do something in repeated occasions, I get use to it and the excitement of the first time is gone. This doesn't happen when I travel, probably because this is my biggest passion and favorite hobby, even if I have to be in an economy seat for 10 ...
... just SO DELICIOUS!). We finished off the day at the hostel, going to bed early, getting ready for our flight.
Overall, spring break was an incredible trip. I was so blessed to have the incredible opportunity to experience the world. I am so happy to have gotten to see so much more of the world, and really experience some different styles of living. People are all inherently the same, you know? Where ever you go, people are always ...
We had everything sorted, we'd checked out and booked the shuttlebus to the Sabiha Gokcen Airport. We had a couple of hours to kill so visited our mate Mustapha at Kosk Cafe who had kept us fed & watered during our stay. Back to Rundown Town to pick up some knick knackeries for the folks back home. We then waited for the shuttlebus, it was a bit late we were told as the roads were a nightmare. The bus finally came and we were the last to board. As we shuffled up the aisle ...
... September 23
We visited the Grand Bazaar today! It’s the oldest and largest covered bazaar in the world, covering 66 square blocks and containing 4,000 stores. I thought it would be overwhelming and claustrophobic, but it wasn’t too bad at all. Many of the vendors were on their cell phones so just ignored us as we passed! Others gave us “the line” – I lost count of how many times somebody would ...
... and watched the passing traffic, both human and on the seas. So many ships ply the waters of Istanbul. There is constant boat traffic with ships nod boats of every shape and size. We were watching a group of men swimming in the sea, when a couple of them decided to try out their English skills on us. We had a delightful chat with them and their daughters. A walk up many steps to the Fethi Pasa Wood left us in need ...