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Well it appears I have misplaced a whole day of our lives. Anyway day 51, after breakfast we drove into the forest to dig a hole, for bog squad to empty the toilet, we tried the public toilets along the sea front, but they were all locked up. Along the forest road there are the usual water taps so we filled with water, it was a very slow running tap and it took at least half an hour! Back in town we parked close to ...
We left our wide track after a thundery night. Before we can set off we have to eject an unwanted passenger, we seem to have snail who likes to read our battery levels! We are heading for the coast on the Bosphorous close to Istanbul. Doris said it would be one and a half hours, but in reality it was over 3 hours due to the volume of tragic. We stopped along the way at one if the larger supermarkets, where there is a much ...
The clocks went forward an hour last night so instead of going to bed at 11pm, it was suddenly midnight... So waking up at 8.30am, I got out of bed about 8.45 and then it took me another 45 mins to get Nev moving. We went to breakfast and sat with Jenn and Drew. At 11am I had my fire and ice manicure and pedicure which was about 2 hours and so relaxing. My nails are now deep pinky and match the top I'm wearing tonight. Cool. We ...
Istanbul. Is. Awesome. The Mediterranean air slaps me in the face as I deplane and I am reminded how much I love it in this part of the world;the city sprawling along the coast, the low rolling brown hills, the smell of the sea. There is simply a "coolness" to this city. Cobbled streets, stunning mosques, almost eerie sounding calls to prayer, a million red Turkish flags, ...
... 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">We kept walking. Now that we knew where the beach was, we needed to figure out where to stay. There was one hotel out on the edge of the beach. Full. We walked around to another, off the beaten path. They had a room, but we were so far away from town. We doubled back towards town and found a nice place. When I asked them about a room, they said "250 one night. Tonight no." So we kept going. ...