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It just so happened that the year-term combination that I chose to study in Turkey coincided with a week long holiday, referred to by most as Bayram. With encouragement from some of the girls I went to Antalya with, I found myself signing up to travel around the country by bus for a total of nine days. The trip was organized by a tour agency, so it was somewhat organized. And when I say somewhat...that's me being generous. I'll reveal ...
... Down at the beach, we again walked and walked - trying to get to the place on the beach with the best (read - only) waves. The beach is very cove like and is very still. We found a couple beach chairs, which we paid for, got a beer, our first of the trip, and enjoyed the beach. As we sat, we saw the usual vendors walking up and down the beach, these, however, weren't selling water, they were selling simit and corn on the cob- in the same carts that they ...
... rush hour and took over an hour to get to our hotel. We passed through the old walls of the city into the historic section as we made our way to the hotel. We used http://www.istanbulairport24.com/ for private pick-up from the airport to get to our hotel for $25, which worked flawlessly. Love our room at Doubletree. They were ready for us with chocolate strawberries, fruit basket and pastries waiting in our ...
... What a legacy to leave. So we'll start that in a few years when the girls are old enough. And of course we'll have Jess if things get too crazy, or maybe she can go with us on a zoo outing or otherwise. I'm thinking she and I will already play tug of war over Iris, and maybe Audrey can join us. How fun would that be for the girls? And then Kitty can join us and the girls will be all Grandmothered up? They would sure never forget that!!!!!!!! Looking forward to seeing our little August ...
... up a special treat for later.
We walked down the street some more and then down an alley which led us into an awesome, very old (hundreds of hundreds of years old), vine-covered courtyard. Of course, like everywhere in Istanbul, there was a little kitchen making Turkish tea and coffee. They are obsessed with tea here. So the guy working in the kitchen made us tea and we sat around eating halva (dessert made of sesame paste and sugar), it has a dry, ...