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... and a couple pistachio pomegranate treats for dessert.
After a quick bite and a couple more photos, it's back across the river to catch the later afternoon show. Not quite sure what to expect we take out seats and wait for the Dervishes to enter. The ceremony is presided over by a Sheikh, the head cleric and four Sama (dances) are performed. There are prayers and music and then the dancing begins. The performance lasts about an ...
Robyn woke us up about 6 am so her birthday got off to an early start. Breakfast was delivered to our room about 7.15 -very nice. Robyn and Bronwen had pancakes and berries and I had scrambled eggs. It was a sunny morning although rather cool and the morning was spent up on deck as we sailed through the Dardanelles. Around lunchtime it became overcast and cold. ...
... about who hears or what they think
Be grateful for whoever comes, because each has been sent as a guide from beyond
Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it
The wound is the place where the light enters you
When you do things through your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy
... capture its striking image with my camera, but it will be a vision I will remember for a long time.
With a skip in my step having just bought the cutest limited edition Istanbul flats I made my way back up the hills and steps and more cobble stone hills and I found myself back in the Taxim Square, but wow did it have a whole new feel. The streets were lined with vendors and the restaurants were all open and tons of people were gathered to eat ...
Headed off for some late breakfast after spending most of the morning packing our things! :( on the plus side we got to sample some traditional Turkish pastries with cheese. First we went to Topkapi Palace, the home of the sultans of the Ottoman Empire. The palace was stunning especially the back parts where there were views of the city and the Bosphorus. After wandering around and marvelling at all the sparkly jewellery and medals in the treasury that had been presented by ...