Santa Pera Hotel
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... bible, it would be necessary to sample a good spectrum of Hafiz Mustafa's offerings - however, such an endeavour is not for the faint of heart. Though a single piece of baklava contains more than enough sugar to send a typical man into diabetic shock, years of gorging on this super-sweet dessert has given me the supernatural ability to directly inject multiple pieces of baklava into my veins, like the most depraved of heroin addicts. ...
... Pasa is a very special place - a bit hard to find but worth the effort.
Lunchtime, and I was on a mission to eat Iskender kebab. I went back to Hamdi in Eminonu and got my wish. The actual meat could have been better, but the rest of the tomato-covered, butter-soaked, yoghurt garnished, pillowy flatbreaded dish was delicious.
I hopped up to Taksim, and appreciated for the first time what a concrete wasteland it has become. Gezi Park is north of ...
... and Mandy completely crashed out, while Steve, unable to shake Mandy from her slumber, headed to a nearby rooftop bar to enjoy the view across the Bosphorous and write up today's blog. A belly dancer turned up and saw the best looking guy in the room and invited Steve up to shake his booty. Steve, being the shy, retiring guy that he is, took about a nano second to jump up and impress the 20 year old backpackers with his belly dancing expertise and sly moves.
... a blog when I’m in the airport.
Afternoon in Dulles:
I will never understand power converters and adapters.
After we landed, I had no idea what time it was in any location. I looked at my watch and it said it was two in the afternoon, people were saying it was around five in the morning back at home (the actually day is unknown), and we had a concert at 4:30 in the afternoon in St. Antoine’s cathedral in Istanbul. ...
It's been a great and intense day:)
We had an 8 hour layover in Istanbul and therefore decided to take a trip in to the city. A very friendly member of the staff at Turkish airlines (wich also have been great to fly with, good food and friendly staff) gave us some tips on how to get in to the city and what to see. we jumped on the metro and went over to visit the blue mosque, very beautiful building. As I wanted to be respectful to the culture I wraped my scarf ...