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... clothing. The precinct itself is beautiful - it's like a huge ancient undercover shopping centre. There were cafes dotted around and we found a lovely one (Fes Cafe) to sit at near a busy intersection. My Turkish coffee was served with an Amaretto liqueur and Turkish Delight. Chris had a macchiato.
I was probably ready to walk back to the hotel after this but Chris had other plans.... a ferry across the Bosphorus! To do this, we had to make our way to ...
... around 4 or 5 thousands stores that sell all sorts of souvenirs. As we walked around and found a few things we liked, Crystal, Emily, and I participated in the long-held tradition of the Grand Bazaar--haggling. It isn't always the easiest thing, especially for a woman, but we quickly got the hang of it. Some of the shop owners were a little...pushy, but most were pretty nice and gave us good prices once we talked them down. Crystal ...
... Bogazici Bridge to another continent: Asia. Sailing beneath this bridge would take you to The Black Sea but tonight we will head in the opposite direction.
Traffic is snarled and the streets teem with people, young and old, traditional and modern, conservative and not, all mixed together with, it seems, little regard or disregard for one another. Children smile and wave while old men smoke and young women shop.
Through new and ...
... or I’ll give you a good price. It all seemed to be about we’re here, this is the local market, you might get a discount but it’s just a normal business.
Anyway, all that aside, our second purchase was cheese; one soft and quite sweet, one harder and tart, and the other just ‘medium’, next was olives from a stall selling them in all different colours, some stuffed, and they also had lots of pickled stuff. We ducked down ...
... skeptical of Erdogan's desire to continue a secular Turkey. They believe that the new decrees lie too parallel to the laws of Islam, and it's influence is reaching the government for the first time since Prime Minister Ataturk. They fear that a secular Turkey is in jeopardy.
I think it is possible that the supporters of protesters may be experiencing "exposure dissatisfaction" or ED (not to be confused with ...
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