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... the hotel.
I don't know what I did but I managed to be a helluva lot further south and west than I should have been. My GPS skills, Dutchie, have not improved.
Back for four huge gulps of iced tea and a shower. Googled sundry items and did the blog so far. Irritating for many museums, etc to be closed from 1400 to 1800.
My grand afternoon plan is attempt three at the one church, have a look at the paper place again, see some minor churches and hopefully ...
... at his hotel though. Another man bought us coffees after we booked a bus with his company, and then didn't take our money when we tried to pay him back. At every turn people were quick to help us, talk to us in broken English, and everyone seemed happy to see tourists in their country. Also, everyone smokes, all the time - it was kind of scary how many people smoked. Many people seem to just sit in cafes, smoking and drinking coffee. We’re ...
... We then walked to the area of Sultanamhet where the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, and the Topkapi Palace are located. This is the most famous part of Istanbul and where the most tourists flock to. While we walked Courtney bought herself a purse. Right before we entered the Blue Mosque she also bought herself a blue scarf that resembled the colors inside of the mosque. We explored the Blue Mosque for awhile which was my favorite building in Istanbul. The inside had beautiful ...
... lanes to pass people but when you get to the top and you are to go down it changes to one lane (on every mountain so every time you are going up there is automatically 2 lanes and every time you are going down it changes to 1)
We didn't make any reservations or anything when we were going to Ohrid Sinisa said we would just find someone to rent a room from! Alright cool I'm down with this sounds like fun! We arrive and park pay ...
... to bed.
Wednesday 6th June
Woke up early this morning, had some delicious vegemite toast for breaky, and some equally delicious banana and honey toast. After breaky I headed straight out to explore the town (during the day this time). I pretty much followed the same path as last night only in reverse and whilst it was light. Thankfully ...