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... a small chest full of emeralds, there were so many! We also saw an 86 carat diamond. Then we went to the harem part of the palace, it was very beautiful and detailed. We saw the Emperor's Mother's apartments among other amazing things. The palace was so huge and fancy, they had amazing rooms for everyday tasks everywhere! Then we left to go back to the ship and ate a delicious dinner with Ian and Princely. Then we all went to bed, tomorrow is going to be a busy morning! That's all for ...
... shops. Selling anything from lamps to towels to carpets. It was amazing to see the kind of stuff you could buy. Lisa and Renee both tried to bargain them down but weren't very good at it. We ended up buying a 500g box of Turkish Delight forTL20 (nz$10) after tasting all the flavours. So yummy. We got back to the hotel about 7 ready to meet the rest of the group and have our first group dinner together. We met everyone and said our ...
... I am writing this paragraph, the plane is approaching JFK and we'll be landing in about 20 minutes. The plane was relatively empty and I had a row of two seats all to myself. I watched a couple of upbeat movies and slept most of the way so that finally, for the first time today, I feel pretty awake. I think another thing I've learnt during this trip is that for this stage of my life, the US feels much more like home than China or anywhere else in the world. I know ...
... delicious sauces, all flavored really well with typical Turkish spices that were quickly becoming favorites with our pallets.
We awoke the following morning to better than expected (but still chilly) weather but we were not about to be deterred as we had planned to see most of the sights that day so we set out for Topkapi Palace to begin making the rounds. Topkapi Palace was the primary home to the Sultans of the Ottoman Empire for nearly 400 years and it was ...
... probably time for a trip to the barbers. Despite the warm welcome, coffee whilst you wait, things soon turned sour when the “no1 all over” turned into some grooming ritual involving hot wax on my beard and a lighter flame to my ears, ouch! I now have some small appreciation of the pain women have to endure! Nevertheless, Marie seems pleased with the results but I’m just glad there’s no chance of a repeat visit.