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      According to Turkish newspapers Karsi Gazete reports, Chelsea are prepared to offer 16 million euros (13 million pounds), Hamburg XiangDeJia for Turkey's young playmaker child oulu khan, the 20-year-old Turkey international has been hailed as a new with him and with him, child sweat very skilled and vision oulu, coincidentally, both are Turkish was born in Germany, the difference is that every choice loyal to Germany,nike futsal 2014 accounseated and the child oulu khan put on Turkey's national team shirt Child khan oulu in 32 games of the season in the bundesliga scored 10 goals, including Arsenal, Liverpool and atletico Madrid, several European clubs interested in its incurred under the account Chelsea boss jose mourinho for the playmaker also appreciate, Turkey, and plans to spend 16 million euros to sign him accounseated nike elastico futsal

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  • Luxury Travel to Egypt & Turke Luxury Travel to Egypt & Turkey 12 Days Holiday packages

    • From: ptour
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       Day 1: Welcome to Egypt

      Arrive to Cairo airport, meet and assist by our Rep then transfer to your hotel for check in. our rep will provide you with detailed info about your tomorrow trip and overnight in Cairo.

      Meal Plan: Welcome drink

      Day 2: Giza Pyramids - Egyptian Museum - Old Cairo

      Breakfast at your hotel in Cairo and then met by your personal guide who will accompany you to Giza Plateau to visit the Great Pyramids of Cheops, Chefren and Mykerinus, famous Sphinx and Valley temple facing the great statue. Then transfer to the Egyptian Museum, Treasures room for the child king Tutankhamen. Continue to Coptic Cairo to visit the Hanging Church and Ben Ezra Synagogue. Combining fascinating history with shopping in a lively Khan El Khalili Bazaar, this dates back to 1382. Back to your hotel. Overnight in Cairo.

      Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch

      Day 3: Fly to Luxor – Nile Cruise holiday

      Morning Check out from Cairo then transfer to Cairo Airport for 50 minutes flight to Luxor, meet and assist upon arrival then transfer by an air-conditioned vehicle to board your 5 star Nile cruise to check in. Later after lunch on board, you will enjoy a visit to the Karnak and Luxor Temple. Dinner and overnight on board Nile cruise.

      Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

      Day 4: Luxor West Bank - Sail to Edfu

      Breakfast on board Nile cruise, then you will be taken in an excursion to the royal Luxor west bank, start at the famous Valley of the Kings, then to Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, and finally to the Colossi of Memnon. Lunch on board then sail to Edfu enjoying a leisurely dinner on board. Overnight on board Nile Cruise.

      Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

      Day 5: Edfu / Kom Ombo Temples Sightseeing

      Breakfast on board Nile Cruise, then enjoy a visit to the Ptolemaic Temple dedicated to the falcon headed god Horus at Edfu. Sail again to Kom Ombo and visit the Temple dedicated to Sobek the crocodile god. Lunch on board. Continue sailing to Aswan. Dinner and overnight on board your deluxe Nile Cruise.

      Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

      Day 6: Arrive Aswan – City Sightseeing

      Breakfast on Nile cruise, enjoy a day’s sightseeing in Aswan visiting the High Dam, Philae Temple and the Unfinished obelisk. Dinner on board and overnight in Aswan.

      Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

      Day 7: Disembark / Fly to Cairo

      Disembark from your Nile cruise after breakfast, then transfer to Aswan Airport for your flight to Cairo, meet and assisted then transfer to your hotel. Overnight in Cairo.

      Meal Plan: Breakfast

      Day 8: Departure to Turkey

      Breakfast, transfer to Cairo International Airport for departure to Turkey. Upon arrival at Istanbul Airport. Transfer to your hotel in Turkey and overnight.

      Meal plan: Breakfast

      Day 9: Istanbul Tours

      Breakfast at your hotel in Istanbul, then transfer to a morning scenic cruise on the Bosphorus, the strait connecting the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara. The ferry stops on both the Asian and European sides for several times during the one-hour cruise. Later, we visit the Rumeli Fortress. Fatih Sultan Mohammed had this fortress in the European part built during the preparations for the conquest in an incredibly short time in 1452. Also, visit the spice market where a multitude of herbs have been sold since the 15th century. The duration of that day is about 05 hours.

      Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch

      Day 10: Istanbul Tours

      After breakfast, enjoy a day of sightseeing with a tour of Topkapi Palace, residence of the Ottoman Sultans for about 400 years, with its fabulous collections of jewels and other artifacts. Also visit the Harem section, another palace inside the Topkapi, here you will hear of the history of eunuchs and the high education of the concubines. Continue the tour with a visit to Hagia Sophia, originally built as a church by Constantine the Great in the 4th century and used as a mosque during the Ottoman era until 1935 (today it's a museum encompassing both Christianity and Islam). Next visit the Blue Mosque, famous for its beautiful blue tiles decorating the interior walls. Built in the 17th century and both it and Hagia Sophia are considered masterpieces of their period. Continue to the Basilica cistern, the best known and the largest of the closed cisterns built under the Justinian basilica in the 6th century. Later, we will discover the highlights of the ancient hippodrome, Egyptian Obelisk, Serpentine Column, and others. Back to hotel and overnight. The duration of that day is from 06 till 07 hours.

      Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch

      Day 11: Istanbul Tours

      After breakfast, you will be guided to visit the Islamic Art Museum, where major pieces of Islamic art and ethnographic textiles are gathered from all over the country. After, walk to the Covered Bazaar, a labyrinth of streets filled with all sorts of tempting items to purchase: harem bracelets, colorful carpets, hand-painted ceramics, and more (it's said there are 3,000 shops!). A visit to Dolmabace Palace is included. This afternoon, enjoy a walking tour through the old streets and trade areas to the mosque complex of Suleiman the Magnificent, the most famous piece of Islamic art of the Ottoman Renaissance and built by the great architect Sinan. Back to Hotel and overnight. The duration of that day is about 06 hours.

      Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch

      Day 12: Istanbul- Back Home

      After breakfast, transfer to Istanbul International Airport for final departure.

      Meal plan: Breakfast

       

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  • Luxury Travel to Egypt & Turke Luxury Travel to Egypt & Turkey 12 Days Holiday packages

    • From: ptour
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       Day 1: Welcome to Egypt

      Arrive to Cairo airport, meet and assist by our Rep then transfer to your hotel for check in. our rep will provide you with detailed info about your tomorrow trip and overnight in Cairo.

      Meal Plan: Welcome drink

      Day 2: Giza Pyramids - Egyptian Museum - Old Cairo

      Breakfast at your hotel in Cairo and then met by your personal guide who will accompany you to Giza Plateau to visit the Great Pyramids of Cheops, Chefren and Mykerinus, famous Sphinx and Valley temple facing the great statue. Then transfer to the Egyptian Museum, Treasures room for the child king Tutankhamen. Continue to Coptic Cairo to visit the Hanging Church and Ben Ezra Synagogue. Combining fascinating history with shopping in a lively Khan El Khalili Bazaar, this dates back to 1382. Back to your hotel. Overnight in Cairo.

      Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch

      Day 3: Fly to Luxor – Nile Cruise holiday

      Morning Check out from Cairo then transfer to Cairo Airport for 50 minutes flight to Luxor, meet and assist upon arrival then transfer by an air-conditioned vehicle to board your 5 star Nile cruise to check in. Later after lunch on board, you will enjoy a visit to the Karnak and Luxor Temple. Dinner and overnight on board Nile cruise.

      Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

      Day 4: Luxor West Bank - Sail to Edfu

      Breakfast on board Nile cruise, then you will be taken in an excursion to the royal Luxor west bank, start at the famous Valley of the Kings, then to Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, and finally to the Colossi of Memnon. Lunch on board then sail to Edfu enjoying a leisurely dinner on board. Overnight on board Nile Cruise.

      Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

      Day 5: Edfu / Kom Ombo Temples Sightseeing

      Breakfast on board Nile Cruise, then enjoy a visit to the Ptolemaic Temple dedicated to the falcon headed god Horus at Edfu. Sail again to Kom Ombo and visit the Temple dedicated to Sobek the crocodile god. Lunch on board. Continue sailing to Aswan. Dinner and overnight on board your deluxe Nile Cruise.

      Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

      Day 6: Arrive Aswan – City Sightseeing

      Breakfast on Nile cruise, enjoy a day’s sightseeing in Aswan visiting the High Dam, Philae Temple and the Unfinished obelisk. Dinner on board and overnight in Aswan.

      Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

      Day 7: Disembark / Fly to Cairo

      Disembark from your Nile cruise after breakfast, then transfer to Aswan Airport for your flight to Cairo, meet and assisted then transfer to your hotel. Overnight in Cairo.

      Meal Plan: Breakfast

      Day 8: Departure to Turkey

      Breakfast, transfer to Cairo International Airport for departure to Turkey. Upon arrival at Istanbul Airport. Transfer to your hotel in Turkey and overnight.

      Meal plan: Breakfast

      Day 9: Istanbul Tours

      Breakfast at your hotel in Istanbul, then transfer to a morning scenic cruise on the Bosphorus, the strait connecting the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara. The ferry stops on both the Asian and European sides for several times during the one-hour cruise. Later, we visit the Rumeli Fortress. Fatih Sultan Mohammed had this fortress in the European part built during the preparations for the conquest in an incredibly short time in 1452. Also, visit the spice market where a multitude of herbs have been sold since the 15th century. The duration of that day is about 05 hours.

      Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch

      Day 10: Istanbul Tours

      After breakfast, enjoy a day of sightseeing with a tour of Topkapi Palace, residence of the Ottoman Sultans for about 400 years, with its fabulous collections of jewels and other artifacts. Also visit the Harem section, another palace inside the Topkapi, here you will hear of the history of eunuchs and the high education of the concubines. Continue the tour with a visit to Hagia Sophia, originally built as a church by Constantine the Great in the 4th century and used as a mosque during the Ottoman era until 1935 (today it's a museum encompassing both Christianity and Islam). Next visit the Blue Mosque, famous for its beautiful blue tiles decorating the interior walls. Built in the 17th century and both it and Hagia Sophia are considered masterpieces of their period. Continue to the Basilica cistern, the best known and the largest of the closed cisterns built under the Justinian basilica in the 6th century. Later, we will discover the highlights of the ancient hippodrome, Egyptian Obelisk, Serpentine Column, and others. Back to hotel and overnight. The duration of that day is from 06 till 07 hours.

      Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch

      Day 11: Istanbul Tours

      After breakfast, you will be guided to visit the Islamic Art Museum, where major pieces of Islamic art and ethnographic textiles are gathered from all over the country. After, walk to the Covered Bazaar, a labyrinth of streets filled with all sorts of tempting items to purchase: harem bracelets, colorful carpets, hand-painted ceramics, and more (it's said there are 3,000 shops!). A visit to Dolmabace Palace is included. This afternoon, enjoy a walking tour through the old streets and trade areas to the mosque complex of Suleiman the Magnificent, the most famous piece of Islamic art of the Ottoman Renaissance and built by the great architect Sinan. Back to Hotel and overnight. The duration of that day is about 06 hours.

      Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch

      Day 12: Istanbul- Back Home

      After breakfast, transfer to Istanbul International Airport for final departure.

      Meal plan: Breakfast
      Price includes
      - Meet And Assist at all mentioned airports.
      - Assistance of our personal during your vacation.
      - All transportation by private AC vehicles.
      - Three nights in Cairo hotel with daily breakfast.
      - Four nights on 5* Superior Nile Cruise on full board.
      - All sightseeing tours privately in Cairo.
      - Lunch during tours in Cairo and Istanbul.
      - All sightseeing tours on the cruise sharing group.
      - All Tours in Egypt as per itinerary.
      - All Tours in Istanbul, Turkey as mentioned above.
      - Entrance fees to all sites as mentioned in the itinerary.
      - Lunch during tours in Cairo.
      - Lunch during tours in Istanbul.
      - Meals as mention in the above itinerary.
      - Domestic flights ( Cairo - Luxor & Aswan - Cairo )
      - Portage when needed.
      - Free Mobile phone during your stay with 30 min Local calls or 2 min. International Calls.
      - All service charges and taxes.
      Price Excludes

      - International Airfare
      - Entry visa to Egypt & Turkey
      - Any optional tours
      - Personal expenses
      - Tipping Kitty

      Luxury Travel to Egypt & Turkey 12 Days Holiday packages

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  • Cairo & Giza Two Days Excursio Cairo & Giza Two Days Excursions From Alexandria

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      Day 01:

      Giza Pyramids Day Tour Morning time you will be picked up from your cruise by your private Egyptologist tour guide who will accompany you to visit Sakkara that is part of Memphis's massive necropolis, and the burial site of the most ancient Pharaohs where you will see the first pyramids build in Egypt "Step Pyramid of King Djoser that was designed by Imhotep, the ancient Egyptian architect. Then you will drive to the famous Giza Plateau, home of Egypt’s signature attractions to visit the Great Pyramids, ONE of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world including the Great Pyramid of Cheops, middle pyramids of Chephren and the little one of Mykerinos and mysterious Sphinx, the Father of Terror for the ancient pharaohs. From there you will be transferred to your hotel for check in and having settled in and overnight stay.

      Day 02:

      Cairo City Sightseeing After breakfast at the hotel in Cairo your private Egyptologist guide will take you to world-renowned Museum of Egyptian antiquities that was built in neo-classical style designed by the French architect Marcel Dourgnon which exhibited collections now exceed 120000 masterpieces ranges from pre-dynastic era, Pharaonic era to the Greco-roman period in Egypt including the treasures of the child King Tutankhamen, Pharaonic Gods and Goddess. Then you will be move on to the Citadel of Saladin that is overlooking the city from the Muqattam Hills and Mohammed Ali Alabaster Mosque inside that was built in Turkish style and very similar to the Blue Mosque in Turkey and simply considered to be one of the landmarks in Cairo whose minaret can be seen from any part of old Cairo. Then processed to Khan El Khalil Bazaar (if there's enough time), one of the most famous and oldest bazaars in the Middle East. After that travel via air-conditioned modern vehicle to Alexandria. Back to your Cruise for the final departure.

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  • Turkish Food Turkish Food

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      On one of my rest stops, I picked up a quick snack which turned into a big snack.  YUM!

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  • Halong Bay_Unbelieve! Halong Bay_Unbelieve!

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      Coppy right PJandMike

      Well yes I am back - I know you have all missed me whilst I have been scanning off on Halong Bay. So here goes, we get picked up on time by the cruise company and start picking up the other passengers. This is where the fun began as we had one gentleman who was Australian (name of Nigel), he had a very loud voice and very funny. 


       It’s very interesting that the passengers on board were multi cultural i.e. a couple from the gold coast in Australia, a couple from Spain, a couple from Singapore, a couple from France, 2 couples from Turkey and a lady from Korea - told you we were multi-cultural. 

      The cruise did not look exactly like the pictures from outside but we found out that the Vietnamese government has instructed all the big cruise boats on Halong Bay must be painted white. Anyway, after this was our only disappointment on the trip as our cabin was at the front and had a balcony with sun beds - how lucky are we or what! 

       
       
      So after dropping our bags off we take a boat ride on a smaller boat to see the floating village of Vung Vieng and then onto a pontoon where they show you how they Implant oysters to achieve pearls - that amazed me as I never knew they did this I always thought you were lucky if you had an oyster with a pearl in - how I thought they would have enough pearls to make necklaces, earrings etc I don't know. 
        
       

      So after the little excursion we go back to the cruise ship and have a sunset party of sangria which really helped the Spanish couple to integrate. 

      Then we had a cooking class and yes you guessed it we made spring rolls - I should be an expert at these as remember I made them in Cambodia. As you are all well aware by now of my competitive nature I was really up for this cooking class and not only wanted to make the best but also the fastest. 

      After dinner there was squid fishing but as we were told that it is not squid season I could not see the point in standing at the back of the boat with fishing net and no chance of catching a squid. 
       

      So next morning, We went to a little bay and jump kayak. We are taken by our guide Duan (English name Tim) in our kayaks to a little cave which the water is filling up and it is pitch black. I start to panic as we are in a double kayak Mike is shouting at me to go left - remember I don't know my right from left and in a panic situation I can tell you I really do not know it and so I go right and we are stuck under the top of the cave. We have a torch but as I said I was panicking and could not turn this on - so Mike is shouting at me turn the torch on I am shouting back I cannot turn the thing on! What a palaver! All I could think of is we are stuck and the water is coming into the cave so Mike agreed to turn around. So after the cave we kayak around the bay through some really nice BIG natural stone arches. 
      We then return to the boat for lunch. After lunch we are taken to a secluded beach with only a few people on and you can only get to by boat. This was where the fun started - there was a group of Vietnamese men who kept on covering themselves in sand and hollering - it was like none of them had seen sand before. Then they get in the sea and take their trunks off - they were really enjoying themselves - it was great to watch. 

       


      So up early this morning and after breakfast we go to visit the Amazing Cave - yes that is what it is called. After this we are taken back to shore and here we are back in Hanoi at the same hotel - which is good as we left our big bags here, we are sad to leave Owen and Vicki the couple we spent yesterday with as they were great company but we will be keeping in touch with them.
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  • Low Cost Eating options in Gum Low Cost Eating options in Gumusluk, Bodrum Peninsula, Turkey

    • From: rovingjay
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      Where and What is Gumusluk?

      Gumusluk is in the northern corner of the peninsula, and takes about 40 minutes to reach, via dolmus, from Bodrum Town.

      It's famous for it's fish restaurants, not only with European Tourists, but the literati that pour into this corner of Turkey, from Izmir, Anakara and Istanbul each summer.

      The main hub of restaurants are clustered along the Gumusluk's harbour, and have a waterside view of Rabbit Island. At peak times during dinner, and weekend, these restaurants are throbbing with activity, and you may have a wait, at the restaurant of your choice.  Reputation and location help drive the price of meals in this destination, but if you want to visit Gumusluk, but not break the bank there are still plenty of options available to you.

      Gumsuluk Belediyesi Tea House

      The Tea House is open round the clock, and is the perfect location to enjoy a glass of tea, or Turkish Coffee.  Frequented by locals, this establishment is operated by the local municipality, and offers refreshments at a fraction of the price charged by some of it neighbours.  While it isn't directly on the harbour's edge, it is close by, and there's a view from the tables at the front.

      Dalgic Restaurant

      In the same neighbourhood as the Tea House is a row of covered row of beach shops and bakkals,  and here you'll find the Dalgiç Restaurant.  This local restaurant has been serving traditional Turkish dishes for over 15 years.  They're also open 24 hours during the summer time, and have plenty of covered seating.

       

      Gumusluk Beach

      If you wander past the harbour, through the covered row of beach shops, you'll reach the other side of Gumusluk Bay.  The beach is lined with bars, restaurants and pensions, and the vibe is decidedly more chilled along here.  At night, the sun loungers are tidied away, and the tables and chairs are set up along the sand.  Pensions offer a broad selection of home cooked specialities, at a lower cost than the harbour front restaurants.  So it's worth wandering a little bit off the beaten path, to explore your culinary options.

      After Dinner

      Before heading home, make sure to stop at the collection of craft stalls just behind the harbour.  Here you'll find an ecclectic mix of hand made crafts, that you won't find anywhere else on the peninsula.  There's no hard sell, and it's a perfect place to walk off your dinner, and buy yourself a unique gift.

       

       

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