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... some messages! As we approached the city he explained that he needed to turn off the main road to avoid the police, we took a detour around the suburbs, eventually arriving at an industrial estate that just has vehicle service centres, rows of them all in small units and some of them still working, it's now 10.50pm.
We pulled up at one of these units and about 5 men came out and took a look at Dream Catcher. There was slot of discussion taking ...
... I settled for a coke served in a 300 ml original shape glass bottle, so cute that I wanted to take it home. The nightly before-bedtime tradition is Turkish tea with some combo of fruit, nuts, and cookies. In the old days they would talk about the days events, family affairs etc. In the modern era such chat is sprinkled in with the main course of iPhone watching. I feel so much at home! Tomorrow I go to hamam. Stay ...
... we receive the order. I honestly thought he gave us kids meal by mistake. The meal cost 21TL(11USD) each which was already pretty expensive considering the branch in Istanbul city only cost 8TL. We paid the same in the Burger King in Male, Maldives airport as well so we thought it's ok since we are hungry anyway. The burger was ridiculously tiny for Burger King standards or any fast food chain standards. It's takes ...
I had originally booked a flight to Istanbul through Beirut at 3pm. I later received an email from the airline saying that the time of the flight had been changed to 10:15am, so that’s when I was at the airport for. I got to the ticketing desk and they told me that I was still booked on the flight at 3pm. There was a lot of kafuffle amongst the ticketing agents, but eventually they sorted ...
... to answer the question, rather I smiled enigmatically and moved on.
On the whole, I was really taken with the beauty of Istanbul, its historical greatness and its strategic power. I wish I’d come here earlier so I would have had the energy to embrace it a little more, but wandering the crooked streets of Istanbul is the walk the paths of sultans and kings, popes, patriarchs and prophets, crusaders and poets. And, it turned out, this was enough for ...