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... it took hours, but it only took a little more than an hour. In fact, it was just the perfect rest we needed. I think Lee is still in shock. Perry is walking on air. We are SWORN to secrecy…..um…SERIOUSLY??? It must be noted – we are in NO WAY complicit in this expenditure. We have been cleared of any wrongdoing. We are INNOCENT.
Back to the hotel. We decide to head out to the Bazaar. Closed on ...
... us to crawl into the beds and fall asleep. At 7:00 am my mom and I awoke, dressed and hustled out to the morning stretch held daily in the fitness center. (Daily stretching, perfect!) I stayed for the stretching session and the ab work out. Then I went to the teen center while my parents took some sort of class and Wes hung out at the youth center. At the teen center we did a scavenger hunt and some trivia and I met some nice new friends. At 5:00 Wes and I went to the pool and hot ...
... 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 ...
... br> Yesterday we bought two Turkish rugs. They were not very expensive. I just love them because they are made up of small patches from very old Turkish rugs that were made in Konya and Cappadocia and stitched together by large stitches. I was immediately drawn to it and the rug salesman was so nice. I like the thought that he is recycling these old relics by restoring them and making them into something new but different. ...
... all lined up…….uh oh we thought, is a demo imminent, certainly wouldn’t be unusual given the current strength of feelings being stirred by the Syrian/Kurdish crisis. However, as we spotted the red and orange attire of many of the passers by we soon discovered that the police were on stand by for potential football fan over exuberance as it was a ‘derby’ football match between Galatasaray and Fenerbahce, ...