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... I can use. I head back to hostel and take a quick break. On the way I meet a couple of Aussies that were on the Troy tour with me. They tell me I can possibly find sometime just past the Spice Market. I head down there later just as everything is shutting down. One small place has a bunch of cleaning sponges. The he asks how many and I say the bag - 14 large sponges. He gives me weird looks. Now to find packing tape. I must have passed 3000 shops by now ...
... br> They had these exercise machines on the walkway, basic stuff, but better than nothing, saw a few people using them (or rather messing about on them) but they could be fun and why should there just be slides and swings for the kids
The Russian Navy is in town (very twitchy about photographs), but they have marines as well, so I think it may well be a 'goodwill visit’ they don’t seem any different from the others in Egypt, just wanted to hit the bars, rather than ...
... in Bandirma.
“What are we to do?” we ask
“If you have to really be in Istanbul tonight, you’ll have to take the bus.”
Oh no, not another bus! The route encircles the Sea of Marmara, a 5-hour journey, leaving at 6:30 pm and arriving in Istanbul at 11:30. It seems to be our only option. Most of the passengers obviously live in Bandirma, so it’s no big deal for them to go home and leave early tomorrow. One of ...
... I kept seeing these little metal things bordering the street and the edge of the crosswalk. They reminded me of chess players. They are so cute.
I do admit that I read about and did my research about the many things to see and do while in was there. I did not do the Bosphorus Cruise, just ran out of time, but I assure you I kept busy. Late in the afternoon, I decided to do the grand Bazaar.I will admit that one of my disappoitments was 'The ...
... of Efes. We ventured to a mehane meal where we chose from small mezze plates and sipped on raki (a local aniseed spirit that is very strong).
No wonder there was always instant craziness in Istanbul as there was always something to see. We did our best with daily excursions including ferry rides to the Princes Islands, Asian Istanbul and the gateway to the Black Sea. We went to Istanbul art galleries, the massive Archaelogical museum, Hagia Sofia, many ...
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