Hotel Sultan Hill
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... ever come out dancing on tables I am unsure..roll with it though). But hey...I am abroad, with mates I have made travelling (..and still eating copious amounts of cake) and having completely new experiences.
Edging the first half of 'Australian' birthday (one of the best thing about having your birthday abroad is the timezone differences) was our adventure to Pammukale. A recently named UNESCO site, translating as a 'Cotton Castle' which ...
Fri 29th: We spent Friday morning acquiring our passports and queuing at the Uzbekistan embassy (the company who were supposed to organise this visa for us 'forgot' about this one- a slight inconvenience considering it's half way along our silk road trip....).
Anyway, following our wait in limbo, our request for this urgent visa was met with unxexpected understanding and efficiency-by half 12 we were all ...
We had a fantastic sleep before waking early. It was probably good to have arrived at night like we did and be able to go straight to bed.
We listened to the call to prayers from the nearby mosque before getting up. It was too early for breakfast so we went for a little walk first. Just near our hotel was a new bridge across the Golden Horn waterway which was built for the train line with a station in the middle of the bridge. We walked across it looking at the views ...
... more sunshine, knowing that we’re heading home to rain tomorrow. I picked up a piece of chocolate baklava on my way back – there are so many kinds to choose from here! Baklava and Turkish Delight are sold in virtually every store.
Jim went for a hamam (traditional Turkish bath) in our hotel at 3:00, and I went at 4:30. THAT was an interesting experience! When I got there “Anya” was napping. She jumped up ...
... lot of unrest amongst the population. There are some women in full black burka, many more wearing headscarves. Some wear ankle-length tailored coats, usually quite fitting and in some cases beautifully tailored. Mostly black but a few dark beige.
Anyway, when we got off the tram we heard the magic words ‘Bosphorus Cruise’ being shouted, so took it at 20 Lira each for 1 ½ hours, departing in ten minutes, jumped in their van to go to the pier ...