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... 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.”
... in it, giving the museum its warm glow. There is evidence of each of the buildings different religious affiliations--mosaics of Christ and the Ottoman insignia. During the museum's tenure as a mosque, many of the mosaics depicting Christianity were tragically covered in plaster, some of them permanently damaged while others are again viewable after some restoration. The museum has survived both fire and earthquakes, though after one earthquake, the ...
... the police just happen to roll by and could see he was hassling me. He soon disappeared quickly and I went on to find a corner cafe. I enjoy incredible Turkish food, and great tea, and I was joined by Paul, an economist from Germany who divided his time between Uganda and Europe. He arrived into Istanbul that morning with a hangover, and we then decided to spend the whole day together, jumping from tea cafe to restaurant to tea cafe, with time to kill and rain to run away from. It was ...
... miserable weather, but the seas were massive! And they were belting up against the rocks and coming right up underneath our restaurant and all! It was super cool, but cold and wet! Jac and I just went cruising about the towns stopping at restaurants and great viewing spots of the sea going mental! The second day was extremely peaceful and sunny. Jac and I did a bit of walking and just sat in the sun most of the day, enjoying the beautiful landscape and blue ...
... t have much use for that particular phrase. He told me that the heart does not care about time and schedules; love is not concerned with such things. So I learnt ‘seni seviyorum’.
Caesar, the hostel's manager soon managed to unravel the mystery of the lack of a shuttle bus. They didn't have a room booked for me. Apparently I had screwed up my online booking, but fortunately they had a spare bed. My roommate Duncan introduced ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center