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Monday May 20 Day 18/4 Izmir to Istanbul
Turkish 2313 10:00AM Izmir 11:10AM Istanbul
At about 7:30 am, we depart from our hotel with our smaller group. Everyone except us and Mustafa are going back to the States. More goodbyes when we land in Istanbul and the others head off for their international flights. The 3 of us go to the …
... as I'm back in Istanbul for the day on 31st October before flying out, I've earmarked the shops that I'm coming back to. I'm going to buy up big! I was so stuffed by this time that I wandered back to the hotel via the fish restaurants under the Galata Bridge and was greeted warmly by a restaurant owner by the name of "Charlie Brown". He took a bit of a shine to me, gave me a free Turkish Tea (my fourth for the day) and then offered to take me over to the nearby ...
... and seeing our balloon reach the final stages of being filled as it towered above us. Shortly after we had lift off! Spent a hour hovering over the strange formations and valley below as the sun rose. So quiet and eerie being so far off the ground with just the hot air above keeping you up. What was surprisingly awesome to watch was all the other balloons around, apparently there is around 100 that go up every morning - and that has been regulated as ...
... still suprised at the amount we found there! It was a mad house of tourists!! We have found that there is generally a wide ranging mix of tourists in Turkey, a lot of Germans, French, Russians with only a few Australians found along the way! Entering the Palace we realised how the Sultans of the day lived, and could imagine when they would come home on their horses with all their entourage. Everything had a tone of opulence to it, with ...
... Strait. It took us right up to the Dead Sea (another check off the bucket list) and we were able to get great views of both the European and Asian sides from a fortress that overlooks the entrance to the Bosphorus. The strait is lined with beautiful royal palaces and summer homes. Afterwards, we went to the Spice Market (yes, we can't get enough of markets!) where we bought Turkish tea to bring home (surprise surprise) and were heckled by no less than ...