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... tomatoes etc and enjoy meals 'at home'. We walk the couple of hundred metres or so past the British Embassy and the Pera Palace Hotel to the main drag leading up to Tacsim for supper. Apart from that we just read, relax and research the next stages of our adventure. We decide on a three-day journey to Cappadocia, with two overnight stops missing out ...
... in times of conflict, that we could spend more time thinking about what it is we have in common with each other in our own families, friends and communities (rather than being focused on real or imagined differences, untruths or past history) and focus instead on the power of acts of true virtue and kindness....ok, enough of my pondering, here are some pics to go with ...
... School located on the island, and that contributes to a sense of seclusion and clean organization. It was my favorite island. The last two islands, Burgazada (bur-gah-zah-dah) and Kınalıada (kuh-nah-luh-ah-dah), were both tiny residential islands with several nice restaurants near their ports overlooking the Sea of Marmara. It was nice to have a few cool hours as the sun went down to finish up the last bit ...
Zeynel told us that this is the first time in ten years that anything like this has ever happened. Yes, people have protested before, but not like this. The little protest in Taksim against the construction of a building on a park has become a multi-city rally against police brutality and for human rights. This led me to understand how diverse ideologies are here - between Muslim sects, Kurds and Turks, conservative and liberal Muslims, pro ...
... Istanbul skyline filled with domes and minarets.
The fairly large Yeni Camii (New Mosque) dominates the foreground due to its proximity to the water but the massive Suleymaniye Camii (Suleymaniye Mosque) higher up on the hill with its towering minarets dominates the horizon and compels your gaze towards it. On the far side, the Galata Tower stands tall also vying for attention. On the outbound passage going north, the boat stayed close to ...