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We went over to an Ottoman Museum, a traditional Ottoman house. Inside the typical wooden Ottoman house with ottoman furnishing and utensils, placards explained Ottoman lifestyle. Women pretty much lived on one side of the house and men on the other. They even used separate entrances. The man of the house is the only one who had free reign to go on both sides. They had a rotating ...
... had just finished school and were walking home, it was like they'd never seen a blonde girl before and they were all trying to take photos of me when I wasn't looking!
We had lunch in this small old cafe run by an old man. At first we thought the cafe was closed because there was no one in there,but as we started to walk away this old man came and told us to go inside. Once we ordered our food, the man left and we were left ...
... but is a developer with properties in Istanbul and spent time developing projects in France.Dinner was at a small quaint restaurant. Many locals do not speak English so the menu proved to be challenging. As we were trying to decide what to eat a fellow from a nearby table cam to assist us. He was in the Turkish military currently assigned to NATO and the head of his section was a Canadian. He was travelling with his wife (an operating room nurse) and a ...
... which is very expensive and grown in another village 22 km east of the city. There are many wood frame buildings some of which have been restored and others are in their original condition. Tomorrow we will do some more exploration because we are booked here for 2 nights. At the moment it is very pleasant just sitting in the patio area enjoying the background music, a local beer and the slight ...
... Well, I was happy to just listen to the venting, at the same time I was interested to know what it was going to happen. On other hand it made drive "shorter" eg time flew and we were almost there at Safranbolu. Tops!
We arrived Safranbolu, only to discover the section of main road we need to use was closed for re-sealing the road. Bus had to go around the town. To add the stress to the driver, the streets are very narrow and difficult. He succeeded but we approached to the ...
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