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... at the last minute. It has gotten a lot of use. We sent Angie and Chris off by themselves for the rest of the day and evening so they could spend their last day together before Chris leaves tomorrow night. They won't see each other for a couple of months. Angie is getting very sad.
Some more noticings of Turkey: Palm trees and pine trees stand next to each other,. There are cats and dogs everywhere. The cats ...
... fast cars, donkeys, shepherds, dust, sea, sun, rain and winds. All this has made the last days a kaleidoscope of experiences. Ephesus and the wonders of the ancient library, the overwhelming Basilica Cistern with fish never seeing the light of day under the streets of the Topkapi Palace and Blue Mosque, the magnificent Hagia Sophia Museum and the Hurley burley of the streets of Istanbul have forever changed my thoughts about Turkey. ...
It's about 9:43' and I'm comfortably sitting on a well lit, bus in route to Cappadocia. Right now there's only 7 of us on board, but my guess is that will change before we arrive. We'll probably pick up others along the way. We have an 'attendant' on the bus, and a call button just like on an airplane. The seats are very comfortable, and there's a TV mounted to the headrest of the seat in front of me. There are 3 ...
Max and I started the day with a run- earlier this time to beat the heat- and we arrived at the Basilica Cistern just as it opened. One of the best-preserved archeological wonders in the world, the massive, underground cistern is over 100,000 square feet and supported by 336 marble columns. It's a giant, man-made grotto, across the street from Hagia Sofia. It currently has maybe a foot of water, with carp to keep it clean, and features two columns built on giant ...
... time with our lovely Renault Sorrento was over 5225 km after taking off. It averaged about 5l/100km, and even though fuel is about $2.50 per litre - it was cheap travelling.
We caught a taxi to a hotel we had found on the net, but he couldn't find it. He stopped at another hotel for directions and one thing after another we stayed there. Quite a bit cheaper and the ...