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Our second and last day in Istanbul was pretty empty since we did so much the day before. We walked through the Topkapi Palace and were done with our scheduled itinerary for the day. We got some grilled corn from a vendor that looked really good the day before, but it was really cold and we spent more time picking it out of our teeth than eating it. We decided we didn't want to just sit there the rest of the day so we booked a ...
... gone on the island but we chose to stay on board a: one can only take in so many ruins and b: we had to board a tender which I wasn't keen on. Tomorrow we visit Crete and Santorini and will definitely do those. Lots of yummy food dammit but hey what do you do!! By the way we did have another cash flow card thank god but were very hesitant to use but finally did so at the airport without any bother. ...
... man in the park stood quietly motionless. Trace and I looked around us utterly confused, but not wanting to disturb the stagnant atmosphere we joined in. It dawned on us it was Remembrance Day; this is probably not the reason for this united act of respect here and now, but we chose for it to be. We were in Turkey, in a city full of life, where the most Australian men died in War efforts. I felt more energy in this stationary moment than when I was trying to cross the ...
... etc. The area is extremely large and busy making it very easy to get lost in a maze of sparkly diamonds and Turkish rugs. After walking a few blocks we decide to jump out of the bazaar and straight towards the kebab stand for lunch. Dessert you say? Nothing less then Dondurma (Turkish ice cream). Two qualities distinguish Turkish ice cream - texture and resistance to melting. They add a thickening agent called salep giving it a chewy like texture (a little weird if you ...
... here I would. The Turkish delights, rugs, lamps, shisha, Turkish tea, silver stuff! Its so cool. I did get very lost but I didn't care. Alas I could not buy anything which sucked. Damn baggage limitations! On the way out I did buy a new rucksack though! Woop. Let's hope its good enough to last the trip. There's also bare spice stalls! If I had a spice market this close to me in London I would never stop cooking! After the bazaar I headed down to ...
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