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... the road to get us some Turkish Delight! The coffee and sweets were on the house. Needless to say we left a generous tip.
Not so for our taxi driver back to the ship who resoundingly ripped us off! After walking around the old part of Istanbul and finding that the Topkapi Palace was closed on a Tuesday, we decided to look for our hotel (when we come back from Gallipoli). By now it was raining fairly steadily, but we thought we’d try and find ...
... this and knew we could buy one upon arrival. More frantic web searches and a quick txt to our host confirmed we were in the clear. But to be prudent we went to double check all our remaining stops and found we had only a few hours to meet the filing deadline for India. While I appreciate that the Internet has greatly simplified this process, it was still a burden with many challanges. The one bank we didn't call and inform of ...
... much because there is at least one guard at each stop. You can reload a pass at the station, but you can not buy one there, you can only buy plastic tokens good for one trip. So that's what we did. We got a museum pass and went to check out the old Sultan palace that is now a museum. As you may see in Viv and Weston's posts we saw some pretty amazing artifacts including 86 carot diamond and some pretty massive emeralds. ...
... didn't stay out too long since it started raining heavily. There's a noticeable temperature drop, which I'm happy with as it justifies holding onto the winter jackets that I've been lugging around through the Middle East. I've got quite a few days here so I've no intention of rushing out, but I'm rather excited about exploring tomorrow.
PS - There were no Easter Eggs in Jerusalem. Not a single one. I guess it's not quite the right market, but still. This makes me ...
... BB Palace pick up was not there. Arranged for a taxi. The driver was F1 material. His car talked back to him about speeding. Didn't have a sense of the distance. Passed through 'embassy row' and eventually into the gnarly streets of Karol Bagh.
After some help, we arrived to a locked door. Friendly faces soon arrived and we were up to our room. Had to split up the two single beds masking as a double bed but thereafter the long day ended c 0630 with a nap.