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... And the sludge at the bottom!? What IS that!?
In addition to the people in the shops, along my journey were those who I stopped to ask for directions from. When getting lost within the first 1/2 hour of leaving the apartment, I found a little bakery to get something for breakfast and the people were very gentle there. Then down the road I asked a shop keeper which direction Taksim was or at least the bridge over to Fatih and he was very quick to try and ...
Weather turned out to be good with a maximum of around 23 degrees and essentially blue skies.
After settling into the hotel, we took a gallop down the hill to the Spice Market. Saturday afternoon in Istanbul is when everyone is out and about to visit the city. the crowds were teaming and it was very difficult to move about - but we persevered ! We found a supermarket nearby for water supplies and reacquainted ourselves with the area to get ...
Goodbye Germany, hello Turkey! Waiting in Tegel airport at the check in counter for Turkish Airline to open. As I should have expected, the line was huge, not enough counters open in relation to the amount of people travelling. Apart from the one hour time difference, the flight is delayed an hour.
Finally, arrived in Istanbul, outside ...
... Palace. We stood in line and about half way through, there was enough of a rain storm to make us leave and search for cover. Forecast said that there was a chance of rain but mostly in the morning so we were hopeful to miss most of it. This storm we were going to be able to. We took cover in the gift shop nearby, along with the rest of the people who were walking the area. But once the rain calmed down we were able to make our way back to the ticket ...
... with different eyes. That’s a pretty tall order given the differences between our two countries, but of the many things that we have learned and experienced, there is one aspect that really stands out: religion. I have never been in a country where religion seems so evidently the determinant of culture. People wear their religion, if not on their sleeves, then quite literally on their heads. I have focused on Hinduism, quite appropriately ...