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Once in a lifetime experience Before i start on this edition please excuse any letters that do not look familiar because i am not using a conventional qwerty keyboard. Well folks, its me again. I have just had an absolute blast over the last couple of days since i left Istanbul. The last night i was in Istanbul the Chechan Rebels took some tourists …
... for a couple of drinks then go home. It turned into one of the funniest nights of my life, I met people I wish I would know for longer, and completely let my hair down. It was a fantastic way to celebrate the end of my time here. From sniffing drinks (to check it wasn't water) to salsa dancing in an empty club, it kept me going til 4am. This morning (Saturday) was a little tough, but I got up and we got out to Lake Eymir, rented bikes and cycled the 11km around the lake. It ...
... people have gone they don't think there is any point in visiting a grave so they are just left. Unless you have a private family plot graves are used again every five years. This was only a tiny village but very interesting. Back on the bus and off to Eskisehir for lunch at a new shopping centre which was huge. Then to Gordion to have a look at the King Midas tomb where we had to go underground through a long ...
... jumpsuits, surreal in neon as the daylight died & the rain continued)......pressed on up the hill to the C9 Byzantine walls of the kale and entered through the old castle gate......stumbled upon Zenger Pasha Konagi, a terrific restaurant housed in an old Ottoman mansion (good food, amazing decor,great view over the city & traditional Turkish music = a great find). Amazingly, managed to find my way back to the hotel thru a maze of dark cobbled lanes & steps....just ...
... I love Turkey and find that I am not ready to leave it... but at the same time wrestle with the convoluted feelings of wanting yet another cultural change. After being warmed, steamed, doused in pails of hot water, exfoliated of dead skin, scrubbed with mounds of soap bubbles, massaged out of the knots tying up my muscles, and the plying of my vertebrae back into alignment, ending with a quick slap at the end of a shiatsu massage, I ...
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