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... when we looked at the map we were heading in the wrong direction. Back on route we passed through a very hectic car boot type market, only there wasn’t any cars, just piles of everything you could think of on the floor, clothes, books, old bits of cables and computer bits, shoes, phones, and so on……. Dropping back down hill feeling very weary by now, we remembered where the nut and washer shop was and made a purchase, when the chap told ...
... was literally around the corner from our old hostel, which was slightly annoying as I could've gone much earlier. The Museum of Innocence was created by Orhan Pamuk, a Nobel Prize winning Turkish novelist who curated it to accompany his book, which followed a man's love for a woman, her death and his attempt to collect as many objects that she'd touched as possible. The museum was a presentation of such ...
... of Istanbul. We got off at Taksim Square and had coffee and a sandwich and then carried on walking. We couldn't find another red bus stop so ended up walking across the Bosphorus on one of the bridges which has a walkway across, and back to our hotel. We walked through yet another Bazaar - this time the Spice Bazaar with all kinds of spices including saffron being offered for sale. I don't know how any kilometres we have walked today but it's a lot! Got to be good for us.
... Dorian, Duman and manga have become more prevalent. New influences have created a wide range of genres, from the Seattle Sound to heavy or doom metal and rap-core. Although these bands don't aren’t as folk based, they still draw on many folk instruments and sounds. The introduction of Rap into the culture has allowed for Turkish rap to become more main stream.
Greek pop music that ...
... the only city to be built over 2 continents – Asia on one side and Europe on the other. Selma our guide explained that Istanbul itself has 3 distinct parts or cities – Asia which is primarily residential, the Industrial and Commercial hub which is in Europe and the Old City, which is the most interesting. It has 2 bridges connecting Europe and Asia with most people living in Asia and crossing the bridges to work in Europe. The sea underneath the bridges, which flows between ...