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... about trying all of the new foods, but Turkish food is AMAZING! After we finished eating we headed home along the narrow, busy streets, which do not follow a grid pattern. I'm glad the streets at home aren't like the ones here, but I do think it was fun to walk on such, old. cobblestone streets all day today. Once we got back to the hotel, my dad crashed ******* the bed, leaving the rest of us to go to bed on our own. That's all for ...
... guy, it was probably ok. Anyway, traveling alone is tough on some days. It was a long day with Ephesus, and then traveling from Selcuk to Izmir and then to Istanbul. Basically, I was on the go for 15 hours straight. As I was waiting for the metro to arrive at 11 pm, I couldn't help feeling that I could use someone to talk to. Anyway, just part of the experience. Tomorrow is a new ...
... with young moms, old men, lots of children, couples and women lounging or exercising. There is also a nice running track that goes around the park. At one corner stands the bread man. There is bread everywhere and it is good. Hard to be gluten free here so I am pretty much not. I just try to limit it.
So I am babysitting Max, doing laundry almost every day because the washing machine is small and there is no dryer so the clothes need to ...
... it and drank mine - geez I have a half shot latte' - how could I drink that mud lol.
We were then taken to the harbour for our Bosphorus Straight tour. We saw all the palaces of the Sultans and the houses of the super rich on the edge of the water. The most interesting thing is the most expensive houses are made of timber. One side of the Bosphorus Strait is Europe and the other is Asia as Istanbul straddles both continents.
We had decided to go to the Grand Bazaar but I ...
... to pay more than some of the other countries - Euro50. I didn't have Euro. I asked if I could pay in Turkish lira. Nope, they don't accept that. Of course not. Why would the Turkish government accept their own currency? I had USD on me, which they did accept. U$70, and I get my little sticker in my passport. At 1:30am I don't mess around with getting to my hotel. I always opt for the overpriced cabs. After an hour and a bit, and TL100 (C$50), I made it to my hotel. Finally ...