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Well Turkey is officially done, sad to be leaving all my new friends, but onto the next adventure, my 1 month stint in Southeast Asia starting with Laos. Before heading on my 20-ish hour journey via Abu Dhabi and Bangkok, I made one last trip to the grand bazaar after having non-buyers remorse over a large size "Longchamps" bag that I ended up getting for $25. Came in ...
... wander around the Old Town area hassle free. Only the true blue, dedicated tourist was out and about today, searching for that indoor activity that had the wow factor. The Archaeology Museum met the bill, with an extensive collection of ancient sculptures and sarcophagi. The Alexander Sarcoghagus, at 2500 yrs old, was beautiful and in excellent condition. We are told that Istanbul has spectacular waterways. Perhaps, when we ...
... the Hagia Irene which was the site of the first church of the Eastern Orthodox Church in the 4th C after the split with the west. The second church was the Hagia Sophia whiz we will visit tomorrow.
I think lunch consisted of a pretzel type thing and some baklava. That was just fine as dinner was next door to our hotel and was excellent. Another good Rick recommendation.
For our second full day we headed off to the Hagia Sophia and ...
Hostel mornings; hit or miss breakfast, check social media, shower, make sure your belongings are secure in a locker, and that you have everything you need for a BIG day.
Graham, Cameron and I walked through the back streets of Kadikoy looking at gigantic walls of graffiti, and stopping at a little market to pick up some batteries. We took the ferry (which was becoming a fun morning ritual) and looked through the spice markets. Men yelled at us ...
Dang, I can not believe that my time in Turkey is over! So I decided that I wanted to take out a minute while it is still fresh in my mind and just reflect over the past 5 and half days! So I will start off with the citizens of Turkey! The first time I encountered with the Turkish people was at the airport. For starters at the airport, they were not very nice! They did not offer to help you if you needed help and I ...