Sude Konak Hotel
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... and it’ll be us tomorrow. Just Anna and Phil left for a few peaceful days in Istanbul before they return home too.
So the five of us headed out the hotel door, and Rex said he’d really like to get back on the water for our last day in Istanbul. Philip had been keen to sail the Bosporus, and one of the companies near our hotel was offering a three hour return trip for ten euros. As it was a beautiful day, we ...
... way there and were almost a half hour late... The streets are extremely confusing here. We turned each corner and asked someone which direction to head next. We were so exhausted at this point that the cooking class wasn't seeming that appealing but it turned out to be a lot of fun. We were in a small kitchen with multiple Turkish chefs who taught us how to make a 5 course meal. After cooking for 2 hours, we met ...
... us about how weird he was. In his defence, the yoga dude probably did come from Surry hills. It was hard to understand his accent but he spoke for about 20 minutes to us. He was blind drunk for sure. His girlfriend just kept saying he was an alcoholic. Well duh, that was bloody obvious. He spoke of his first wife, and now this is his second. Also some stuff about him going to Prague. He said the f word lots. He ...
... things, and the need to chill out and recuperate. I'm balancing this OK so far.
One more thing. Yesterday I used one of those squat toilets for the first time. I'm not entirely sure what you're supposed to do. Do you need thighs of steel to use these things effectively? What happens if you get the angles wrong and accidentally get some on your pants? I hope these aren't a reoccurring phenomenon through Eastern Europe.
... enough to leave them in place.
Since we had a little extra time on our hands, our tour guide suggested a few alternative tourist attractions we might want to visit before returning to our apartment. We decided to go see a rug merchant and learn about the Turkish carpet making process. We saw a seamstress delicately and painstakingly tie off and cut individual strands on a small carpet. The merchant's representative, who spoke with a flawless ...