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... have to let these things wash over you. After all, you have to remember for most of these waiters ‘Scouse’ is not their native tongue!!!
This is our 3rd trip to Istanbul. The city has so much to offer, it is impossible to take everything in during one trip. The first time we visited the Blue Mosque and Aya Sofia, originally built as a Christian basilica in the 4th century and converted to a mosque in the ...
... minarets and the courtyard is the biggest of all of the Ottoman mosques. The interior has a similarly grand scale: the İznik tiles number in the tens of thousands, there are 260 windows and the central prayer space is huge. I enjoy having similar tiles at home featured as a art piece. Hagia Sophia Hagia Sophia is a former Greek Orthodox patriarchal basilica (church) in the 6th century, later an imperial mosque, and now a museum. From the date of its construction in 537 until ...
... far in terms of traveling experience. The plane design, the ambiance lights, crew service, music, flight attendants dressed as a cook, good selection and good (not delicious) food, nice beverage variety, socks, earplugs, slippers and Internet! That has been the highlight of this flight. This last point makes me think that everything is possible and that flying in a few more years is going to be even much more fun. This is my feeling and I writing now from an economy ...
... and derelict) buildings, ancient ruins, waterfront parks, cobblestone streets, vibrant and robust pedestrian traffic, and numerous boats on the Sea of Marmara; and that was all very evident on the 30 minute drive from the airport! Upon arrival at the hotel, our good friends and travel companions, Gopal (commonly known as "Krish" by his Canadian friends) and Shari, who arrived one day earlier, were waiting for us with warm hugs and a ...
... the same things, no matter where you go. As you travel, you simply see the manifestation of these different desires. We are all looking for fulfillment, and love. Some people look in religion. Some people success. Some people at the bottom of the bottle. Everywhere you go, we are the same, we are just taught to think we are something different. We are all the same, you have the choice to make yourself whatever you want.
Who will you be??