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... the 1970s, forced to live in hiding because of her political activities. The second wore a wig because of chemo and talked about wanting to "pass" in front of trans people to feel like a woman. The third was a university student who used her wig to hide her headscarf. The fourth was a trans woman whose hair was cut by police.
... We got back to the park in between the mosques and decided to have a look inside the Blue Mosque. Luckily Sarah had brought a scarf with her to wear over her head so that she would not have to use one of the ugly ones they lent you. It was definitely interesting walking in with her head covered in this way- but also added to the experience! The blue mosque was huge and amazing! All the details and intricacies of the architecture and the decorations! So grand! It is to be ...
... you name it, they had it. And it was all targeted guerrilla marketing illuminated in neon and high pressure sodium lights. It was an assault on all of the senses. I was happy our backpacks were anti-theft, my sunglasses were still on, and my allergies had me congested with my ears slightly plugged. It was an experience!
We headed back to the ship but had to cross the Galata Bridge. We chose the upper deck with the many fisherman and dodged their casting ...
... of the day were terribly successful. We also visited Afrodisias while in the area. Excavations here have proved that the acropolis was settled from around 5000BC but it wasn't until the second or first century BC that the village grew into a town that steadily prospered. The site is huge! While the well known Ephesus is full of tourists, this site is very quiet, so we were able to wander around for a number of hours in a very tranquil setting. The ...
... Atatürk on them, and loud car horns! The protest was anti-government and was pro- opposing party, people were rallying for a change in how their current government is operating. It was incredibly fun and entertainingly, but I have to admit, I was a bit scared. There were no police, but I'm sure if there were, it would get ugly. Tear gas, water cannons, and bats are commonly used to quell these sorts of demonstrations. I think the ...
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