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... 8211; a very elaborate and traditional Indian wedding, her saris, and her children and family. She spoke of the particular god of her family, the coming-of-age ceremony of her son, the traditional Indian dance classes of her daughter. She showed me pictures of the various religious festivals they had celebrated – including Christmas. She seemed the embodiment of modern India, combining both the old and new. A poem that Martin shared at ...
... it must have been our jandals and shorts that gave us away. The boys decided to check out a small store selling leather belts. However, the first bargaining exercise ended in Keiran being told they were stupid and to 'get out of my shop!!' with regard to the offered price. Taihape and I found this hilarious and we continued our aimless wandering of the worlds largest covered market. The vibrant colours and patterns exploding from every shop was amazing and ...
... in the Turkish Airways CIP lounge where I got a needed shower. I tried to book a suite to take a nap and massage but they were all booked. This lounge is one busy place, well organized and well serviced like a resort. It has chefs all over the place making satays, turkish pizzas, soups, salads and all sorts of culinary food. Delicious! I tried every food station plus the large selection of beverages ...
... through way and many little alleyways full of men all telling you about how good their wares are. The colour, the noise, the variety of trinkets,leather, glass, china and scarves was as fascinating as it gets. The floor is all uneven worn marble which is washed carefully every morning. The market teams with people and it is hard to work out where to turn without getting totally lost.
The actual building has huge vaulting ceilings with frescos and the marble flooring ...
Our lovely little hotel has a fantastic roof terrace that they use for breakfast. So at 8am this morning we were up there enjoying the 180 degree views from the Bosporus to Aya Sofia in early morning sunshine while eating breakfast.
We headed off to the Blue Mosque for a visit and were going to then go to Aya Sofia but the queues were long so instead headed off to the Underground Cistern which had no queue. Thomas took one look as we went down the stairs in ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet