I hate to bring your hopes down, but 10 days is really fast for any cycle (unless you jump start with mature media from another tank) from what I know. I think you're looking at more like 30 to 60 days for it to complete. That's been my experience with all my cycles.
The cloudiness is normal from what I know, and it will clear as the cycle progresses. Just keep an eye on it.
As for the little bubbles showing up on the inside of the tank, could it just be the water outgassing? If you filled the tank up with water straight from the tap (ie: you didn't leave the water to sit out in an open container for a day or two before putting it in the tank) it's probably just the dissolved gasses in the water, which is definitely a good thing. You want your water to do this prior to a fish coming in contact with it, or else the bubbles can form in the fish themselves, producing nasty bubble embolisms, among other nasty symptoms of gas bubble disease. Aging your water is a great idea before doing water changes as well. :)
Hope that helps?