Sensimar Kemer Marina & Spa
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... was simply amazing, a vast sprawling palace which was home to the ruling Sultan and his Harem and Court for hundreds of years. I spent the entire day there and saw everything despite thousands of children on School Outings. Too tired to think straight or make a decision about where to eat I called in at the Galata bridge again for a large beer and a plate of stuffed mussels. Seated like a Sultana in a velvet patchwork armchair I ...
... or sofa requiring me to search for it while crawling on hands & knees. I’m not praying - merely looking for a power source to charge my cell phone or laptop. This is going to be a problem in the future for both countries; everyone has a cell phone and each will need to be charged at some time.
There are no sidewalks in Turkey with a flat, smooth surface. Blocks of stones mortared together serve as the pedestrians’ pathway throughout ...
... will share the truth about when I return. After this we walked on the streets of Istanbul, enjoying the experience, enjoying seeing the lack of care for rules, for example we were walking on a functioning road that was just taken over by pedestrians, with a mix of cars, motorbikes, trams and pedestrians, with many pedestrians almost getting splattered by the trams. We soon stopped for Chai tea together in a really nice, modern cafe, then had to get back on the bus to be driven to the ...
... dropped it, which gives him the opening to offer a shoe shine. It's a totally low-key and actually funny sales pitch.
Well, not long after that another guy tried it and we just walked right over it and ignored it. The guy couldn't believe it. It helps to be wearing sunglasses during this whole charade. They can't tell if you're looking at them or not. Several times, guys have jumped up and almost run in front of us to drop the brush. Deanne and I ...
... the tower but took the travel guides' (yes, I have two) advise and visited a Sufi lodge turned into a museum. A beautiful place where, after having been quite impressed with the calligraphy and history, I just stayed in the garden to enjoy the sun. Later the Friday prayers started and you can hear all the Imam calling from all over the ...