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... minutes) we we were give a vegetable meze as a starter, filled by two massive plate of food containing a variety of Turkish cuisine. Whilst Freya had all the vegetarian dishes on offer I was given every single variety of meat cooked in different way with different spices. It was delicious definitely made the day. After failing to finish the meal we went off to explore the bar area where we drank cocktails and watched a live band performing well known pop songs in ...
... Next, we were driven to an exotic and expansive Grand Bazaar. It is huge! I have never seen so many jewelry stores in my life. Vendors there were courteous and accommodating. They accept euros or dollars even though their currency is liras. Outside, it is a different story. Turkey's specialties are carpets, silk scarfs, leather goods cotton goods and jewelry. I bought Alexys the cutest little outfit. Like the one, "I Dream of Genie" wore. And I bought myself a ...
... and mentally kicked myself for not doing it online. I had to see it. Inside. And I did not want to stand in the sun queuing so we looked around for other options, like the guide we had found outside the Cistern. Godwin saw a shady looking fellow walking about selling tickets at a premium. Godwin bargained him down and we just bought them and walked right in, past the hundreds (yes, literally hundreds) of people queued up to the ticket booth. I will never forget the awe on Zachs ...
With just 12kgs of luggage its a great feeling to be going away with only the bear essentials and not lugging our whole lives around like we did last year! Its Good Friday and given we're off to a predominately Muslim country, we're stuffing our facing with Easter eggs whilst we can!
We pick up our friend Belle on route to the airport and she greets us with her new favourite Turkish phrase "gule gule" meaning literally to go with a smile! Belle is our ...
... a concern. Uncle Albert nearly got pancaked by a motorcyclist who decided that traffic was too sluggish and so came flying down the sidewalk with no horn beeps.
I realized as we walked around that, while Türkçe (Toork-che, Turkish) is the primary language, Morse code over the horn system must be #2. Every driver I've seen is fully fluent in it and practices on a regular basis. With a goal of trying to see how many different modes of transportation we can get under ...