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... there's not another female in sight. Not long after the cars firm a procession and head off sounding their horns! Is this the sort of goings on that you get up to Simon D?
There are lots of hooded crows here, we have noticed that, if they find a walnut still in it's shell (they grow here), or piece of bone, they fly over the large concrete slabs of which the paths in the park are made of, then drop them to break them open, clever birds!
The oven sorted, we hope, ...
... we have already decided that we much prefer Turkish Delight made with honey than the sugar based version available in Australia!
- To fortify ourselves prior to tackling the Topkapi Palace, we had lunch at the 'Pudding Shop' in Sultanahmet. This nickname was given to the Lale restaurant when it became popular in the 1960's as a favoured haunt for hippies en route to Asia who found the restaurant's inexpensive puddings ...
... liras.Its only offered in July and August, but its totally worth it, per 20 Liras, you can buy in the boat one beer, and just enjoy the amazing views, and at one point you will cross to Asia, i was so excited to finally say I was in Asia.
You can buy a cold beer in the boat and enjoy the ride. Note a really expensive beer!
Next to the Boat stop, there is a restaurant, where you can have a big potato full of turkish salsas ..... so good!and During the ...
... with minced meat. We call it Turkish pizza. Of course various types of kabab is ubiquitous. Its easy to find salads too!
Planning for the Next Year
I went with Dave to the dentist the day he got his root canal but the other times he went by himself while I studied guide books and Internet for both our Central Asia trip and Turkey. It gets difficult to stay focused on one job.
... some of that could be attributed to fatigue). In particular, "The Heart's Cry" and "Long Time Ago" proved to have intonation issues. Although we only performed our pieces in English at St. Antoine's, the people attending the church seemed to enjoy our performance, and I was pleased with how I sang after a long day's journey. After thanking our hosts at the church, we trekked to the hotel for some much needed food and ...