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... torture. Scrub scrub splash splash with more
hot water, think water boarding,…. Groan.. just before he finished he grunted…
you Australian yes… yes is said…. You now look like and Australian Sultan…. You
must give good tip yes…. Yes is said hoping he would let up a bit…. Then it was
over…. Finished he said…. You stay as long as want then come out….. I waited
until he was gone and then got a ...
New Year's day morning in Istanbul and the its raining its suppose to be 4C but it feels very much like -2C. My first breakfast of the year; a 10 minutes walk from my hotel towards Taksim Square from a popular quick snack chain called Simit Sarayi; around 8 to 10 Turkish Lira (about £2.50) buys you a sandwich and a large Chay. After breakfast a walk along Istiklal Cad (a long commercial/semi-pedestrinised road) from Taksim Square to Galata ...
... expected with a big picture window as opposed to a porthole. It was even nicer to be able to unpack our cases and hang things up knowing we wouldn't have to do it again for a few days at least. I was also very pleased to be able to fill a big bag of clothes that needed washing and ironing and give them to someone else to do, and then go and get a good meal that someone else had shopped for cooked and prepared. I reckon I could get ...
... the price might be. We did not buy any silver. Sue was holding out for a gold chain in Dubai which was to be her 50 th birthday present. We had our daily pomegranate juice, freshly squeezed and also stopped inside the market in a little cave like cafe for a kebap in yogurt and salad. We we're constantly asked if we wanted to by a carpet and stallholder asked where we were from. They don't seem to be able to pick our accent. I don't think we speak with a broad enough Aussie accent. ...
... it the fifth largest church in modern history and, without a doubt, the largest of it's time. In addition it is the only known structure to have hosted both orthodox Christianity and then later Muslim traditions, due to the ottoman invasion. The ancient Christian portraits were covered in plaster when the Muslims took over the temple, this they have been preserved and can still be viewed today. Now the ancient place of ...