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... a bargain. Istanbul international was. Bit of a let down: they drive an open staircase up, open the doors and down you go and get on a bus to drive across concrete wastelands. Cleared customs; not at all happy with the passport cover! Wandered to the carousel collected my big pink bag attach the Insight tag and wander out into the exit. Not much customs here! A lovely man greeted me, took my bag ...
... good - delicious creamy lentil soup, moussaka, yummy lemon drinks. The whole thing was delicious and the staff were super friendly. Continued our wander down the hill as we'd done the previous evening buying souvenirs along the way. The Galatta tower looked great up close but we didn't go in due to the queues. It is an interesting part of town and would be good to know more about it. Said goodbye to Garth back at 10Karakoy and then we were ...
... is going to happen a dozen times in the first street, not to mention the very real possibility of getting lost amongst 3000 shops on 60 streets with 21 different exits The only sensible thing to do, in the circumstances, was to walk back to the metro and call it a day. My legs were aching anyway, so saying goodbye to all my new friends that is what I did. I didn't even get a chance to open my coin purse.
That was one of my more successful days in Istanbul. My day spent ...
... to purchase Turkish pita pizzas for supper from a take away joint. The meal cost $15 Canadian and we had leftovers for lunch. Eating in Turkey is excellent. As promised we crossed the street to the café early enough to order the chocolate fondue. As with all food in Istanbul, the kids ate it so fast I was barely able to photograph it. We played Crazy 8s then wandered up hill again for a little exercise and to photograph the ...
... not find her. I really wanted to meet her and discuss her life as a Jehovah Witness in a mostly muslim country. My plane was late, then, I got lost in the airport, so I was very late to meet her. I searched for her for an hour and a half, and then, gave up. I went to the information desk and asked for a reputable driver. They sent me to this fellow that said he had a perfect driver. He was a Turkish redhead. What are the ...