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... this is called the Spice Bazaar there were still all sorts of various goods being sold in addition to the stands with the piles of various spices like we expected. As we took in the incredible aromas of cinnamon, paprika, cardamom and all of the other exotic smells to be found we decided that we couldn’t leave without sampling at least a little baklava. So now that our fingers were covered in honey and the two napkins we had to share between the four of us were ...
... museums housed in the city and to see all the great historical buildings and scenery such as the Hagia Sophia, the Hippodrome, Valens aqueduct, column of Constantine, topaki Palace, The blue mosque, the black sea, the bosphorus waterway (the world’s busiest) and not to forget all of the amazing Bazaar markets the city has to ...
... stops later we arrive at the township of Gallipoli. We have a yummy lunch and walk along the fresh produce market outside. I stopped and chose a handful of small tomatoes to take with me and the lovely ladies insisted they wanted no money. It was a really lifting moment, they were so sweet. We had a mixed bunch of people in our group touring the battlefields. Australians and New Zealanders (given), but also ...
... in the maze of market streets near the Grand Bazaar. We surfaced in the exact opposite direction of where we wanted to be but near the very beautiful Suleymaniye Mosque which we took the opportunity to tour.
From Suleymaniye, we headed to the Hagia Sophia and its museum. Directly across from the Hagia Sophia is the six minaret-ed Sultanahmet Mosque better known as the blue mosque for its blue iznik tiles throughout the interior. Well manicured grounds stand between ...
... in various parts of the country, not huge but obviously now an alternative source of energy.
Between Izmir and Canakkale, a lot of gold mines – turkey is the third largest consumer of gold in the world behind China and India. Gold is given as gifts for circumcisions, weddings, people can buy gold coins and given in three sizes, you buy them and give as gifts. They can cash it up or keep for a rainy day. In summer it’s more in demand so prices ...