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... be interesting. He is always around having photos taken with passengers but we never bother! But will go to this. We have now progressed to a silver class cruise card!!
Had a great birthday - Merv (Dad) bought me a nice red leather coat!
Once we arrive at Venice (Saturday) will be in contact again. Will try to Skype Sunday morning your time if possible.
Love to all xx
... hotel that overlooked the blue mosque, Sofya museum and most of the city attractions. We found a guide through our taxi driver, his cousin, honor. We visited the grand bazaar , all the attractions had a lovely dinner overlooking it all and then said goodbye to Turkey . It will be hard to say goodbye to Paris now but we have had a lovely holiday and look forward to seeing her ...
... walked to the Blue Mosque and the Hagia Sophia. On the way, we enjoyed an ice cream "show" which made Elizabeth and Jack laugh so hard. I love the sound of children engaged in a full on belly laugh. We ended up with unplanned ice cream cones, but everyone said it was totally worth it. There were vendors all the way along trying to sell us everything from t-shirts and socks to Spirographs. Does anyone remember these? They are "the" ...
... such fast and chaotic traffic, so we just stood there and stood there and I think we would still be standing there if we did not decide to go back into the market and accidentally find a passage that led to some stairs that led up to the other side of the street! So now we can cross the street without fearing for our life. Max was so cold and wet that he did not want to go out again so we stayed in the room hunting dangerous animals ...
"There ain't no journey what don't change you some", wrote David Mitchell in Cloud Atlas. After almost ten weeks we will be on our way home tomorrow. And what a journey! Family, friends, celebrations, new discoveries, sadness and joy - all these have coloured our trip. Turkey has been a real eye opener. What a country! Derelict, modern, steeped in antiquity, independent educated women, women in black hi jab, noise, reforestation, fertile ...