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... things" followed by "let me shine your shoes." The later wasn't as effective as Tom was wearing 3 day old hiking boots. We also saw a hilarious encounter where a Turkish shop keeper walked away from his own shop with a pair of Chinese tourists trying to get him to come back. Apparently Turkey has some competition in the "toughest negotiators in the world" contest. In bed around 10:30PM, we are successfully battling our jet lag thus far. Tomorrow, we plan to visit the top sights near our ...
... frustrated easier than normal, cries more easily and is always squeezing us with such intensity that it hurts. I think he is lacking male energy. Angie and I are not good at wrestling, fighting and rolling around on the floor with him. We want to read, do puzzles or color, something more quiet and relaxing. We also cannot answer many of his questions like his daddy can. For example, Max wanted to know how a car works so I said ...
... by Attila's mum and then watched movies until I went to bed. The hostel looks super decked out for summer awesomeness with a gorgeous pool area. Attila very kindly put me in a private room for the cost of a dorm bed which I was pretty stoked about. The next day after breakfast of toast with homemade cherry jam I set off on the 45 minute walk from the hostel to the site of Efes, it was a very pleasant walk that I very much enjoyed. It was a rather cold day and I ...
... conversation. We already had started to harden to this whole situation so we just kept walking and ignored people.
The Blue Mosque is amazing even with crowds of people (there were loads here too). It was built across from Hagia Sophia (a big Christian church) to show the strength of Islam when the Ottomans took over and it definitely made the point! Domes and minarets and huge sweeping arches are everywhere. It's called the Blue Mosque because of the ...
... flight. We had head that the trains are more limited here than in Western Europe. I was hoping to save some money in Turkey, but the prices are not as low as I had hoped. After sitting in our hot room all day, the most we had arranged was our next two stops - Cappadocia and Kusadasi. We planned to rent a car in Cappadocia and tour on our own and we found a good sounding tour on viator.com that would take us to the major historical sites around Ephesus & ...