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... br> Notes about the city;
You will never know how many people live there, because they cannot count them.
If you want to cross one street you better believe in one god, because at one point I gave my hand to him and closed my eyes.
I saw women totally cover with the Burke, and other dress up like me, normal European style, so you can go to one city where you can see so many different life styles together.
... to Turkey Daily News), but how would these numbers look when asking Americans the same question? The figure is 62% of people who claim themselves Christian or Jewish, are active in their faith, meaning the regularly attend church or synagogue. Of the 67% in Turkey, I would guess that the number is noticeably lower in Istanbul, as they would be of the 62% of all Americans if you ...
... bazaar, a polite no thank you, and we were left alone!! Such a relief. At this point however, Sarah was feeling quite ill and could not really fathom what was going on around her- Ox knew it was serious, when he realised that Sarah was not buying anything, or even looking at anything - in fact Ox had bought more than Sarah! This is unheard of!! We found an exit, and walked towards a tower that looked semi familiar, when we got there however- we realised we had never seen ...
... we found a whole new street called Nevizade. This area was completely rocking with all the after-work crowd enjoying drinks. From the street level, the area had lots of energy but also seemed a bit too noisy to really relax. As we walked through, I noticed one restaurant that had a full house yet without anyone hassling passer-bys to enter. So I picked this place and was guided to their rooftop terrace which was a great find. The restaurant's name was Ney Le Mey Le ...
... She declines, graciously.
We head back for a final night's rest in our Stone Garden apartment, and discuss the realities of life and jobs as our time in the city draws to a close. Jasynta flies home tomorrow and I'm moving to a new gaff for my last night in Istanbul.
The mosquitos rally round en masse for a very vocal farewell, as do the local dogs who enjoy a good 5am howl in tune with the day's first call to mosque.