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... of course I was ahead of her. I was only about ten metres from her but she couldn't see me. It wasn't a nice experience. I remember having the similar experience in Phnom Penh earlier this year with one of our missionaries Dave Painter and his two children. We were in a huge multi storey shopping complex and moving quickly. It suddenly struck me that if I was separated from them I would be totally lost. I had left my mobile at the their ...
... would recommend anyone to take the tram (TR1) to Tophane and wonder around the surrounding including the Galata Tower which provide a magnificent view of the Golden Horn. I find that fresh orange juice is best to quench thirst, and it cost only $1.
The Galata Bridge is the heart of Istanbul, spanning the Golden Horn from Karaköy on the north to Old Istanbul, centered on Sultanahmet, on the south. It is not too far from the Tower. On one ...
... our very informative guide gave us the back ground of the area and the mosque itself. It doesn't look like much from the outside but inside blows the mind! Not bad for a 400 year old building! From there we made our way past the Eye of Sofia, at one point in time the largest church in the world before being converted to a mosque. We continued on through the inspiring streets of istanbul before it was time to head back to the sultan hostel for a feed and get ready for the ...
... is this tiny old walled village linked to the mainland by a narrow walk way. Finding the border was a challenge in itself as there were very poor signs and it was actually what looked like a back road that took us all the way there. There was just one border post, we left Montenegro passport control and expected to drive a few hundred yards to enter Albania but there was none and we found ourselves on the main roads very quickly. It was a bit weird and it meant we ...
... hopes were still high: we kept thinking that he would come to us if he heard our voices, and we tried to cover as much ground as possible and hit as many potential hiding spots as we could think of. As Monday morning dawned, we still hadn't had any luck, and we had to head back to work, which severely curtailed our search. During the first few weeks, we continued to spend every waking, non-working hour searching, putting up flyers, and responding to phone calls resulting from ...
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