Armagrandi Spina Istanbul
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... come with me, we be good friends. No idea as to what kind of shop, just a shop in the Bazaar. Perry is hooked.
The Blue Mosque is still an operating house of worship. We must remove our shoes, no shorts, women’s heads must be covered – just like the Catholics – the religions are more alike than they claim. Why are women second class – and explained away by comments like “but, they prefer ...
We are flying out this evening and before we know it, we will have left the warm Summer days behind us...and landed back in Australia into the middle of Winter! So be it! Yesterday we walked through the Spice Market again, up the hill to Galata tower again, did a bit of shopping, visited the Art museum and went on a two hour cruise up the Bosphorus. It was sunny when we boarded the boat, so of course we sat outside. About an hour later, a storm broke, ...
Again another night flight and I arrive too late in the evening to see much of anything. I am unsure what to expect of Turkey. I know it is a fairly moderate Islamic state but feel I know little of it's economic development. Will I be stepping of the plane to a super modern city or a stuck in it's ways old country? I take the shuttle to the city center and I am dropped off close to the infamous Taksim square. Too late for exploring I head for ...
... language so intensely that the government tried in the mid-20th century to replace the Arabic versions of the Ezan with a Turkish one. The more conservative religious parties, however, quashed that idea after only 18 years. So now all the calls to prayer pouring from the Minarets are in Arabic, a language spoken by less than 2% of the Turks. Go figure. That's all for this early moment. Blog to you ...
... have fabulous views of the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia (and of course the cacophony of the Allah alarm call at 5.30am) for one night only but were then brought down to earth with a bump by being demoted to a first floor pokey room which had no view except for the wall of the hotel opposite. Also to tease us further we were right opposite the prestigious Four Seasons Hotel which I looked at longingly each day as we walked ...