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... Cove, Lone Pine, and Brighton and North Beaches before joining the tour after the inclusive lunch. The young Turkish guide was informative but she was no Rattray! Maybe I have been spoiled by the standard of all the guides at Fugitives Drift but the fours hours passed slower than I would have wished, pity for it is a gripping yarn or bravery in the face of terrible odds from both sides and yet another example of British Arrogance and the futility of any war. Next day I spent ...
... So I'm sitting on the terrace eating Turkish delights from Amanda our awesome travel agent!! Met the tour group tonight at 6:30. What do you know I am the youngest! On the bus and past Constantine's walled city (some of the walls still remain) towards Hakim for dinner and to get to know our fellow travellers. Lots of bread, cheese, and meats and all done by 9:20pm. Our restaurant overlooked the Bospheros and Asian Turkey. Great view to eat ...
... our ferry tickets and E took some phenergan. We boarded the ferry and the next 5 hours didn't really exist for E but D had a nice time and had a coffee and choc croissant onboard. At 1015 (an hour late) we finally arrive in Santorini and caught a taxi bus to Imerovigli. Our room was great and we were very excited for sleep! It was a big day of ...
To make the most of the day we got up early and made our way to the Istanbul Archaeology Museum (which we actually thought was the Topkapi Palace). We saw lots of mosaics, pottery, crypts and ancient Egypt artefacts... but what we didn't see was the most famous thing at the museum- Alexander the Great's coffin. It was apparently under repair. However, they didn't feel that this was worth mentioning when we bought the tickets.. ah well we didn't even know ...
... back off, scarf back on and back into the beautiful mosques. Afterwards, we made our way through the Egyptian Bazaar (or Spice Bazaar) and took a river cruise down the Bosporus. The boat captain of this particular vessel seemed to really enjoy techno music. Regrettably, we were forced to endure the pounding and screeching of pop top 40 dance hits and club music for the entire trip (Dom often broke out into dance). Otherwise, the journey was incredible and we were able ...