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... again. My afternoon tour was a small one with only me and lovely french couple and our guide so we got lots of information and personal attention which was a nice change from the big groups of tours i had been on in other countries. We went to the spice market first which was amazing. What and array of colours and smells, beautiful fresh spices and for you Turkish Delight lovers out there....more Turkish delight than you can poke a stick out, not only ...
Had lunch outside on the terrace on a side street beside Hagia Sophia. Frank enjoyed a Turkish lamb stew.
Wandered through the old gardens of Topaki Palace, where the sultan lived. We'll visit the palace itself tomorrow.
Saw the blue mosque from the outside. There's a huge plaza and park between Hagia Sophia & the Blue Mosque. It's lined with benches to take ...
... ve donated generously and answered my question. I've decided to share a story of Mahabharat that I read a long time ago.
A mongoose, with half his body golden was wandering about in the Rajsuya Yanga being performed by Yudhishthir which was attended by Krishna and many other kings & many great rishis. The sight of this strange mongoose in this gathering was a great surprise to everybody. When asked, the mongoose explained that having heard of this great Yagna, ...
Istanbul was magical. We stayed in the Galata area, which although not in the main tourist area, was close to lots of cool restaurants, bars and shops. At night, nearby lanes were full of fish restaurants and people having a good time. We ate fried little fish and watched the world go by.
Each day we walked over the Galata Bridge ...
... the pride they felt that their country won the pace war. Then they recalled with horror and tears the collapse of “glorious paradise” of the Soviet Union and some Kyrgyz people’s return to yurt-living and nomadic life, before projectile vomiting all over the car as we turned our 1000th mountain bend.
Thankfully we were just about to descend into the Ferğana Valley. The valley has ...
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