Hydros Beach Resort
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Istanbul was the destination that most appealed to Tim on this cruise itinerary. After docking yesterday morning, we left the ship in a cold rain and headed across the Galata Bridge to the old city. Our first stop was the magnificent Basilica Cistern which was constructed during the 6th century in the reign of Emperor Justinianus. The dimensions of the cistern are 70 X 140 meters and it's ...
We went to visit the Blue Mosque today. Not as easy as it sounds as visits inside are not allowed just before, during or after prayer times. Timed it right this afternoon! A beautiful interior with lots of blue tiles which is why it's called the Blue Mosque and stunning ceilings and stained glass windows. It was just lovely to stand there and take it all in.
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... so we don't buy it, we'll come back later in the week. On the way back to the apartment we stop for coffee and check emails, there is one from the agent in India. Disaster! She is sorry to inform us, but under the new regulations, India does not allow dogs in to their country with people travelling on a tourist visa, only for business or work visas. We feel completely knocked back by this! We go back to ...
... to play chess and backgammon. I don’t understand how they are comfortable on chairs, but they seem happy! All in all, this was a perfect day in Istanbul.
The next day we went to the Grand Bazaar! Lights and lanterns, shirts and souvenirs, carpets, teas and wall to wall excitement filled every inch of this place. It is exactly how you’d imagine it, including an absurd about of Turkish flags hanging from every spare space. The key to being left alone ...
... As often as not it's Turkish carpets, and invariably they're telling you that it's their family business and that their carpets are the only genuine high quality ones. It's interesting too to experience what happens when a shower of rain comes. Within moments there are literally hundreds of people trying to flog umbrellas to you, to the extent that they become quite a nuisance. We noticed and photographed one man distributing stock to some ...