Blue Eye Suites
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... gate and just caught a pic of the plane arriving. I had already been through duty free and picked up some limoncello and some Italian chocolate for Lyn and I to enjoy a little of Italy!
This is the first time I have flown Turkish Airlines and they are quite good and it wasn't a huge plane but it didn't have enough lockers for all the people's cabin baggage so mine went to business class to be stowed.......unfortunately only ...
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At this stage of the trip I'm thinking where's the catch? Seemless transition from Australia to Turkey, and every local we have encountered have been so friendly not just to us but there general demeanour to each other is quite remarkable, maybe it is just the turkish coffee? Our first day out in the city of Istanbul, all packed and ready to go. Chloe has a last minute check of the weather and were off. 20 mins up the road, u-bolt, ...
... lunch at a famous place called the pudding shop. It was ten 4pm and time to shop up a storm at the Grand Bazaar which was a fun cultural experience and again if your a women especially Australian women just be warned you will be talked to a lot and being a group helps for sure, Kasey nearly got in a punch up with a guy because she was bartering too hard for a sheesa so that was pretty funny. We then headed home and ...
... small clubs and cafes with outdoor seating dotted among upscale shopping. We landed at the Ora bar for outside drinks and ambience. Great energy in and around the whole neighborhood. When it was time to leave, Mustafa told us that we were very close to Taksim Park, the center of all the recent upheaval in Turkey. Reluctantly we followed Mustafa up to the green. Just before the entrance we came upon a regiment of Turkish policemen ...