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... us all back to the coach where we are taken back to central Istanbul where we finish our tour.
Straight after I had arrived back in the city I was off on another tour, this time a bosphorus cruise and a trip through Istanbul’s Egyptian Bazaar, after boarding the cruise ship and getting out into the main stretch of the bosphorus the sun had set behind the horizon and the city ...
... solo without being alone. That's all I really wanted. There will also be a special person that I can rely on that will give me some time when I need a cheerleader in my corner, a coach to pump me up and tell me to continue the good fight. I finally gave in to my laziness of booking a next destination and walked across the street and spoke with a travel agent. I was ready to leave Istanbul and was happy to give someone else the reins to book something for me. Out of ...
... bigger. Then we finally saw someone pull up a line...with bait...which is what they were catching. Or I suppose it could have been sardines, either way it wasn't very big.
After the bridge, we headed up a very steep hill with lots of store fronts. This was getting closer to the city center where everyone goes shopping for whatever household item they may need. Once at the top, we came to the final mosque, Suleymaniye Mosque. This one was just ...
... channel. At the Galata tower we take an elevator up 5 levels and walk 2. At the top you can walk around and sew a 360 degree view. It was soo cool. Then everyone walked down and crossed the Galata bridge. I wished a couple fishermen good luck. Then we walked down to the fish market and had fish sandwich. It was good except it had ...
... we have no room, even though now we have two extra carry on bags)
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT CARPETS AND KILIMS.
They are made by young girls in order to be sold so that they may have a dowry for when they get married.
A girl may only make 1-2 in their life time.
They dye the wool using natural materials, and weave them on a loom, by hand.
Each carpet could take years to complete- as they work on them just ...