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... and we had (overdressed) and all brought our parkas with us for the day. As we reached the bridge, we came upon a young man barbecuing meatballs and mullet - which he was serving in fresh, crisp Turkish rolls with tomato, onions, lettuce and grilled chillies (you could choose your fillings). The kids were suddenly starting and everyone wanted one of these for dinner. So we perched by the roadside eating the fresh fish and meat - and I commented to Ben ...
... Africa, I got a shengen visa in Turkey!
Cheers Turkey after 18 months in Asia I was on my way to Italy for a European adventure…
Busses – the easiest way for long distance travel in Turkey is by bus, the bus system in Turkey is amazing, bus stations are big and look like airports, the busses are very fancy with personal LCD screens showing movies on the back of every seat like an airplane, the only negative here is that ...
... gate and just caught a pic of the plane arriving. I had already been through duty free and picked up some limoncello and some Italian chocolate for Lyn and I to enjoy a little of Italy!
This is the first time I have flown Turkish Airlines and they are quite good and it wasn't a huge plane but it didn't have enough lockers for all the people's cabin baggage so mine went to business class to be stowed.......unfortunately only ...
... was preparing for take-off, the stewards came round with small pieces of Turkish delight for us to eat – how lovely! We passed the time by playing hangman together and I watched the latest Star Trek film whilst Laura listened to the Mamma Mia! soundtrack… we’re so cool! We were also in fits of laughter when the food arrived and it turned out that Laura had accidentally ordered a ‘bland’ meal – she got ...
... with ancient architecture, but hundreds of clapping and smiling Turks reassured us every step of the way. In addition I got my first taste of Turkish cuisine and mmmMmm was it tasty! But perhaps what intrigued me the most was the vast amount of ancient history scattered amongst the city. Can't wait to get back out there tomorrow and try more tasty food and learn more about this historically rich and lively ...