The Istanbul EDITION
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The people in Istanbul are very friendly and welcoming (once you get over the sometimes aggressive and forward men), the culture and religion is fascinating, the architecture is beautiful in its own strange run down way, the city sits right on the water which makes for stunning views, the streets are a crazy winding spaghetti map of ...
Stepping across the border into Turkey was like stepping into the Third World after the relative comforts of Western Europe, but with it came all the excitement of being amongst a completely different culture. We had pulled in just short of the border to try and get some Turkish Liras as we knew there were road tolls across Turkey. Lo and behold there was an ATM there, so we plugged in to get about TL1000. It gave us Euros! We had assumed ...
... amp; I've been here less than a week.
To finish this post off,
"No man is brave that has never walked a hundred miles. If you want to
know the truth of who you are, walk until not a person knows your name.
Travel is the great leveler, the great teacher, bitter as medicine,
crueler than mirror-glass. A long stretch of road will teach you more
about yourself than a hundred years of quiet.”
Arrived around 5.30am. The flight from Bangkok was full and didn't start too well as I felt a bit queasy, but soon I settled in and managed to sleep/doze most of the way. Being picked up by a driver, I settled into the hotel, which makes me feel like I should be having trades talks with the East India Company, around 7am. I had booked it for the night before so I could have a shower and a short nap. As I had slept enough I ended up spending ...
... and came I think more so that I was not here on my own. Lol. She said it was not at all what she expected and was really enjoying it. Later after our tour to Cappadocia she even made a comment that it was her favourite place we traveled too. Take that a lesson people. Don't always believe the stuff you see on the news! Well, really the stuff probably did happen if its on the news, but don't disregard somewhere because they have had an incident. **** happens ...