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We seem to be very good at putting together a day even when we have nothing planned. Today started as usual it seems with our quest to find the ever-elusive Kamack (cotted cream made from Bullock's milk). We failed. But we did have a day of only eating Turkish food. It was Menemen (omelette) for Richard and omelette for Sue. Then we were off to find a shopping centre called MetroCity (strangely it was on the metro tram line). It took three interchanges ...
... Paleolithic diet plan. Paleo eating places higher value on refreshing, whole foods, toned healthy proteins, and sea food, refreshing fruits and vegetables, seeds and nuts, even though staying away from processed foods, sugars, grain and beans, dairy food and alcoholic drinks. Just recently I observed a Television set media bit about many ordinary Australians' personal identifying gluten intolerance and staying away from grain based merchandise in droves to achieve greater well ...
... a tiny kitchen, and small garden on the ground level. Our room is up a winding set of very rickety stairs. It's good that we are in pretty good shape, carrying our heavy bags up those stairs was a challenge. One stair is even broken on each level, so you must be careful not to fall through!!
Our room is also small, with windows on one wall. Our windows overlook the tiny street and across from the Armenian mosque, with it's minaret loudspeakers. ...
... t share their religion you have to respect it, I remember waking up at five in the morning, with one men singing something in Turkish, ( for me was singing, for them was praying).
Or going to doferents mocks, and because I was a woman I had to stay in a different room that my friend or cover totally my body, and it was summer, i have never felt that hot in my life.
My favorite mosque is call The blue mosque, itīs just beautiful, ones you get ...
... and I had been diligently
using sunscreen for the last five weeks, so my skin was definitely in need of
some beauty time! After being exfoliated to within an inch of our lives, we
were washed down, massaged with soapy water, washed down again, and then
massaged again with a long sea sponge loofah covered in delicious smelling foam.
After a final wash and a shampoo, we were wrapped in towels to be sent back to
our little cubicles to get dressed and ...