Levent Otel Istanbul
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... offered them the chance to learn how to make a marble effect painting. The children were so enthusiastic - and the results were amazing!
By the time we had finished it was mid afternoon and we were all hungry. I had seen a lovely, light filled restaurant where patrons sat in comfy beanbags and so we headed there for the usual traditional Turkish fare. It was delicious!
Then came the tricky part - winding our way back through ...
... day. Les gave him a quick walk, as it's still very hot, I poured some cold drinks, then once we had all our gadgets on charge we sat out in the shade. Our new neighbours a couple from Holland chatted to us for a while. Logan was very excited by all the cats that keep passing by, there are slot just around here. Once it started to get cooler we took Logan for his walk, a couple if miles along the sea front. It's quite busy with fishermen ...
... different tiles. When we arrived (after a simit and a dart), it was closed for prayer, but we somehow ended up being ushered into a tiny classroom in an old school with three other Australians and an American while a Turkish guy gave a really interesting presentation on Islam. It helped one understand Islam as less of an authoritarian religious body and more of a philosophy with a series of different ...
One of the most important aspects of travel for me is the sense of the unknown adventure. It always like to keep it in mind that I have no idea what today holds in store. If I do this just right... I stay open for a change in plans from minute to minute. It means for me...I have to stay tuned to the wonderful possibilities that might show ...
... a boat cruise so figuring we were possibly only going to be in Turkey once we thought why not. We left Dalyan and headed to Fethiye where we were starting our cruise and dropped our car off. The Turkish gullet (yacht) came with a captain, cabin boy, cook (and his wife and 2 children) and of course the other passengers. We were very lucky to have 90% of the passengers at similar ages to us so all got along very well, ...