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... A chef in white greeted us at the airplane door. He nodded. Cindy smiled then said to me, “I’m going right to sleep.” She settled into the seat like sliding into a sock I followed to make a pair. It was tight and the guys in front, two big guys, could be american football players, leaned their seats back into our face. They talked about some experience at the airport in Iraq. The ...
... at a university there and Judy-Ann is a creative artist. They kindly invited me to dinner with them so we made our way up Istiklal Street and what do you know...everything was open! I then realised that the first day of the holiday meant that shops are shut for the morning only. Words cannot describe how many people were crammed into this district.....and this was a nightly occurrence. Picture New Years Eve crowds in your nearest city or a major festival where ...
... The lady who answered our call said they cover Turkey and put us through to their Istanbul office. We were finding it difficult to explain exactly where we were, les went to the restaurant at the lake so they could explain the location, unfortunately the reception is poor at this spot and the call was cut off. We presumed as they didn't call us back that they had enough information to find us. We were wrong! After 2 hours we called again, 'they will send ...
... declared its independence, Constantinople became Istanbul, and the structure became the museum it is today, where artifacts and architectural elements tell the story of this varied past.
After our visit to Hagia Sophia we take a walk through the underground cisterns built to store water for the city. Again an amazing place that has been used for a lot of movies.
Lunch was in an local restaurant - and out first taste of authentic Turkish food.
A short walk to the ...
... but there were hundreds of people peering around trying to get a look at grotesque fingers, nail clippings and other beastly items. Not a particularly interesting way to spend the rest of my afternoon, I decided, and made my way to the exit.
I spent the rest of the afternoon having a good poke around the lesser streets of this ancient capital and decided I liked it immensely. I wandered through the Grand bazaar and took sneaky photos of all the shopkeepers falling asleep ...