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... rest before a late breaky and cool off swim in the pool before departure. Had to say goodbye to our new found mates staying next door to us, a Dutch lady and Aussie guy with a young daughter (who Owen had stayed up talking to the night before till around 1am...). They'd driven all over as they were emigrating back to aussie and were keen to give us tips on Eastern Europe which would be very welcomed. Nick still in a bad way, so we set him up in the back ...
... from the mosque. Ramadan is occurring midsummer this year - 16 + hours of abstinence must be particularly challenging for those Muslims who are observing the fasting regime. It is not exactly a party atmosphere in the park – no doubt because there are still 2 weeks of fasting before Eid can be celebrated. We will be in Iran for that big party. Makes giving up chocolate at Lent an easy test of endurance!
*When planning our trip we had worried about being ...
... the aroma of a apple Turgile wafts by, the oddly discordant yet wonderful call echoing across the city squares…
The Grand Bazaar is a must see - and yes it is one of the worlds biggest tourist traps. We have been stung here - but I am going back and will get me a genuine bargain!! Hundreds of alleyways line the Grand Bazaar all full of little shops selling scarfs, Turkish Delight, carpet, oil lamps, pottery, daggers and other Turkish paraphernalia. ...
... t made for Western consumption.
One thing I will say, though, is that contemporary art the world over is the same: makes no sense to anyone but the artist.
Today is our last day in Turkey and we will be catching an afternoon flight to Dubai. We had our breakfast on the top floor restaurant of the Ramada hotel where we are staying, which has a view over the whole of the city. It is foggy as usual but you can still see to the Blue mosque in the distance. The rooms here are quite small and since people here seem to feel the cold they are also overheated and you wake up feeling like you are in an oven. Being sunday, the shops are ...