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... a shortcut (she had a bad sense of direction but was really sure of herself which reminded of someone I can't quite put my finger on) but we ended up in some dodgy alley populated by dozens of shifty youths, so we turned back. Walking even a little had made deejay feel very sick so she returned to the hostel. We walked up the hill to the Main Street, and after much walking couldn't find the restaurant we'd been after. We walked around the area but couldn't ...
... the group of French hippies that we’d seen roaming the airport were also going with us. I know it’s awful to judge on clothing alone, but they looked like the sort of group that would enjoy Nepal! There was also a young Irish couple flying with us – we wondered whether they’d gotten the same deal on the flights as us :)
On the plane, we discovered we’d been given seats on the front row (woohoo leg room!) and ...
... Turkish Bath). After much deliberation, I had chosen to visit the Cemberlitas Hamam. It wasn't the cheapest, but it had a good reputation and seemed a little more accessible for a first time Hamam user than some of the others. I walked in and was helped through the start of the process by the friendly receptionist and sent up to the changing cabins on the first floor. I was pointed towards a specific cubicle by the attendant, changed and then was issued with a series ...
... of battalion 9. This she did and we discovered they had indeed entered the bottleneck. Fearlessly, risking her own life, No 3 commander took us to find our people. They were casually buying Saffron and other spices and hadn’t even noticed we were missing – hmph! Keith and Giva and I wandered up a way and then back – it felt like being back in the Durban Indian Market just way more crowded and this was apparently a quiet day!! There were so many people and so ...
... road was blocked by a fire truck, which was dealing with part of a wall that had fallen into the street. So we selected an alley way, found ourselves in a square, surrounded by shops, and full of cars. It felt like we had found the storeroom of the Grand Bazaar. We did manage to escape that square, then wandered through streets lined with shops selling what appeared to be more wholesale goods – sequins, tiaras, rolls of cloth – until we came to the Spice market, ...