Bilek Hotel Istanbul
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... and beating. Classic ‘oh you're not Turkish’? Do I remotely look Turkish? *******s. Emmanuel a tall death metal dude had some guys actually pull up in their car and ask if he wanted to go for a ride and find some bars.Shoe shine guy ‘dropping’ his brush. I point it out but resist his urge not to ‘break his heart’ and have my shoes cleaned. Update: twice in one minute on the way back home just before going up the hill from the bridge. Ignore.
... good. Spent the morning sightseeing. The first place we went to was the Grand Bazaar. What a place! We were just there to look, not to shop. But if I was going to have a shop, this would be the place! We had a (disappointing) lunch at a lovely cafe that served me mouldy bread! Won't be going back there! Still got charged for the privilege though. But by a stroke of good fortune, there was a shop across the alley way that ...
Wake up and do some stretches. Overstretched on a twist and got the back spasm thing just got to concentrate and hope a massage will fix it ( bugga) Increasing number of cats are visible in the back streets of Istanbul. The dogs seem to mostly lay around tourist sites. Sunday brings out every local whether in a small group situation or in a conducted bus tour. Visitation to the palace seems to be about 10 every minute but it could have been double this. Took the boat ...
... company. Amazing place. He shows me around and offers me tea and Turkish coffee. I eat a little potato salad. He then suggest we take a nice little walk and we see the Asian side of Istanbul at sunset. How beautiful. We have dinner at an amazing fish restaurant with his girlfriend Salin, and tell her about the stories of a naked man we saw walking down the waterfront. Salin is a dream girl. Turkish, from Ankara, and just a normal, smart woman. We finish our meal and ...
... cake for me, but the Turkish baklava, especially the pistachio, is TDF! And I am not normally a big Turkish delight fan, but Hafiz Mustafa was my favourite – pomegranate and pistachio, apricot and coconut, cinnamon, cocoa. Just about any flavour you could think of! If we didn’t eat in, we would buy some to take back to the hotel for later. With the colder weather and early sunsets in Turkey, we found ourselves turning into grandma and grandpa. Many nights we were back at ...