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... Croatia, and after Croatia to jump on a plane to Spain and work my way up the western side to Paris. One of the good things about having these quiet days in Istanbul is I get to just sit down for extended periods and sort these things out when I actually have the energy to do so. Trying to figure out train timetables and budgets after 10:00pm tends to lead to disaster. Speaking of budgets, I just realised I only spent about 14 lira on food today. That's around $7 ...
'Nothing in the world is going to be exactly as we planned it to be, so release your self from expectations and you will release your self from disappointments'. This quote arrived this morning from 'Buddhist Boot Camp' after yesterday's news it put things into perspective for us and we are making plans anew, the adventure continues! Les went to the car park to put the roof lights back together and a ...
... was the full range of dress - full black hijab to very short shorts.
Early Sunday morning, we flew from Istanbul to Budapest, where we visited my cousin Sarolt and her family. Sarolt and her husband have purchased a small vineyard and weekend house near Lake Balaton where they grow grapes and make their own wine. We were able to go there for a wonderful lunch.
... spot. The waiters couldn't speak any English and when Steve ordered a beer, he was informed that it was Ramadan and no beer was to be had. Strangely enough, the restaurant next door had a group of Koreans quite happily drinking their body weight of Amber liquid but we'd already ordered our food so we couldn't back out now. Then out came the chicken fajitas and chicken salad for our last authentic Turkish meal.
Thank you, Turkey, and good night. It's been a blast. Tomorrow, Prague!
... the max though! They had little plastic fold out chairs to put down the isle of the bus.. Definitely wouldn't see that back home!! We stayed at a place called Bayrams Tree houses and Bungalows. our tour guide from our Turkey trip last year was kind enough to organise it all for us and we paid him when we saw him at Gallipoli. It was really nice, not as secluded as we were expecting but trees everywhere and we were about 5-10minute walk from the Olympus ruins and the beach. ...