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... said holding out his hand. I wanted to trigger the waterworks but was too tired to do so. So I turned to him and shook his hand. We exchanged smiles before he walked in the other direction. I walked away from that moment and reflected on my accomplishment. I traveled back in time because I felt like nothing was right for me in the present. I had no talents, nothing to offer to anyone and nothing to feel proud of. I traveled back in time because I wanted to ...
... and looking at me as if they were challenging me. Then they began kicking Max and that was when I decided it was time to move to another location. I couldn't help wondering if little boys in this culture do not hear no very often and are allowed to do whatever they please. This was confirmed later by Angie as she has talked to her students often about gender roles in this country. We found a nice place underneath a tree and began reading. ...
... five of us when the one piece folded over to create the circular tube. Then it was Caleb's turn to put on some protective pants and give it a try. With some help he made a little pot. They next morning he asked to go back to the potters place. After creating the piece we were introduced to the artists who were drawing or painting the various pieces after they had been fired. This family has been doing this for about 200 years with ...
First up was the Topkapi Palace – the
home of sultans, their wives, and their support staff. This is where
I learned that Istanbul attracts armies of tourists many of whom are
part of a group. I even ran into the Rick Steves' tour group and
spent a half hour exchanging experiences with four of them. The
palace is enormous. The Steves' guide book describes a tour of the
palace that takes two hours and a separate tour of the harem ...
... able to control all traffic on the strait, cutting the city off from resupply by sea.
It was a lovely afternoon on the water though the breeze made things much cooler on our return.
On our way back to the room we stopped in at the Spice Market for some Lokum. It comes in such an amazing range of flavours it was too hard to choose what to buy so we took a few different ones.
For dinner we had a pide - Turkish version of a pizza. By then we were ready for bed.