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first stop was Turkish delight - not the chocolate coated stuff, the real deal. The shop we visited has been in business for over 230 years!!! We tried 3 different flavours - pistachio, mastic and rose. The Rose was my fav still, and not too sweet. From there we headed to Ciya Restaurant where they make traditional Turkish food, and the menu changes daily. We have Meze dishes - eggplant in yoghurt, parsley dip and red pepper spread...with fresh bread. Followed by ...
... at night, in a 14 million city and a sheep jumps accompanied by a young boy out of a bus, 5 min later you enter a Cafe seeing typical Turkish ladies with the scarf sitting there which makes you kind of feel safe and guess what, they have a conversation in PERFEKT German!!! Not sure whether I actually left Berlin, except for the sheep, oh and the Imam calling for ...
I decided to goto a restaurant inside the terminal, not the ones with outdoor seating that would be more expensive. I ordered just a lamb vegetable curry and ate it with bread instead of ordering rice.
When he gave me the bill it ...
... of the city. SO many people, many pushy vendors, but a beautiful area. After settling in we headed to the Grand Bazaar...continuing the discomfort from the cab...the cat calls from the men at the bizarre in response to our shorts, were more more than dad could handle. And I have to say, more than Kaitlin and I could bare as well. We never knew shorts were so revealing! We must have stellar knee caps:) The bazaar proved to be ...
... of sesame oil, sugar, and tahini or chocolate).
I got a ride from Safranbolu from a professional soldier named Ersin. As always, I kept my Turkish dictionary near me, and he taught me a few words.
He said the bears in Turkey were "zararsız" (harmless). There were also "kurt" (wolves).
This twenty-seven-year-old humbly believed in Islam. He would be getting married in ...