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... chatted with Julie
and Yohan and I went off to park the car. This was amazing as Istanbul has
nowhere to camp and guest houses were difficult for us as the car was too big
to park anywhere so we were pretty relieved to be off the road and safe for the
night. Then back to the shop for more
Dam man life was good. The bus park had no shower but Julie
recommended a Turkish bath for stressed, tired and emotional tourists such ...
... the Hodja said impatiently: Well I was in it! Max finds this hilarious! He laughs and laughs. One morning we spent at least two hours reading this book together and Max found it all to be quite funny. When he didn't get why it was funny he asked and then proceeded to laugh and laugh. Angie and I don't always get it either. Some of it must get lost in translation or is a cultural thing. I love when Max giggles and laughs. It makes me smile and laugh too.
... surprised to see men with bottles of water and even doughnut shaped bread on a stick weaving their way through the 3 lanes of traffic to sell their wares. Talk about a dangerous way to earn a living! When the bus got to its final destination at the Conrad at about 2. 30 we said goodbye to the friends we had made during the trip round Turkey and hope we will meet up with some of them again sometime. Stephen collected the few ...
As we have been so good at keeping our luggage to a minimum thus far we decided as we now are on the last two flights that the duffle bags could come out if we bought a few trinkets. This place is full of street markets for all sorts of things. All the streets are arranged into the type of wares to gather. Makes shopping around easy. Today we set off for the Grand Bazaar after seeing what the shopping centres and street markets had to offer. Our goal was to get a bowl for salad. We ...
... of both religious and noticeably non-religious, and people don't seem to notice it much. The same can be said in a place like Istanbul, where prayers and observance to religious customs seems to depend on the individual versus the type of social pressure that I think people in the West most often assume exists in Muslim countries.
In our relations and policies with Turkey, ...