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... a tourist office demanding someone who speaks English AND knows where we were, the gentleman that helped me was very calm and even calmed me down! I don't know a lick of Turkish, but everyone was very patient with me speaking English and they were all eager to know where I was from. That, Istanbul, is how you changed my mind on how I feel about your city. Next time, no touristy things.. just pure Turkey.
In conclusion, my stay in Istanbul was less than ideal ...
... a ferry over to the Asian side (Kadikoy) which took 20 mins. We visited various stalls and restaurants tasting some delicious food that I wouldn't normally order (EG: crumbed mussels & sheep intestines)......but it was not worth USD100. On Saturday I decided to catch a tram to the Beyoglou shopping district (Istiklal Street). I had a public transport card that a friend had given me when she got back from Istanbul and I just needed to top it up at a roadside kiosk. ...
... And refrain from saying OOPS on the job.
For those looking to discover themselves, I don't have a tally on who succeeded or to what extent. I got the sense from early on that some may be just delaying some key decisions. In any case they all seemed to be enjoying themselves in the process.
And some really love cycle touring and have done big tours before and have plans already for next year. For example, on reaching the Black Sea, Waterloo ...
... in Turkey
Our base travel expenses (food, lodging, entrance fees) were about the same as in eastern Europe, less than in western Europe and much more than in Asia (ex. Japan).
We spent more money in Turkey than is normal for us too. We got dental and medical checks taken care of which typical tourist would not plan to do. As full time travelers, we take care of those kinds of things on the road. And we got ...
... as though the place had been bombed, and we put our backpacks securely on the front of us and continued with a fake smile, swallowing our uneasiness. It was with relief that we finally saw the water and trekked back home to continue in the comfort of the cool arty area.
We had purchased bus tickets to Ankara, attempting to stay true to our ‘overland-ness’ while on a mission to get our Iranian Visa’s. On the very early morning of our departure, we ...