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... then when we were in the foyer waiting for he transport, offered tea, coffee, orange juice - at no extra cost !
Peter and Roselyn took a walk out to a market place - Roz & I packed the bags. At lunch we visited a nearby small vegetarian restaurant called Limon. It is excellent food and cheap . Shortly after lunch we could hear music coming from the square outside Hagia Sophia. It turned out to be the local city fire brigades putting on a demonstration for ...
... and yoghurt (has to be that kaas hoofd dutch historical past). Even so I don't promoter eliminating whole recommended food groups from your diet; we have a balanced diet and just avoid breakfast cereal products, sugar and all highly processed and highly processed foods. Carbs are a needed way to obtain vitality and wonderful reduced GI alternatives involve dark brown rice and quinoa. Avoid the bright white, starchy, processed grain like most your morning meal cereal products, ...
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first stop was Turkish delight - not the chocolate coated stuff, the real deal. The shop we visited has been in business for over 230 years!!! We tried 3 different flavours - pistachio, mastic and rose. The Rose was my fav still, and not too sweet. From there we headed to Ciya Restaurant where they make traditional Turkish food, and the menu changes daily. We have Meze dishes - eggplant in yoghurt, parsley dip and red pepper spread...with fresh bread. Followed by ...
... these are much harder to find then you would figure, and got lunch. I got a baked potato with toppings. The potato part was awesome. As soon as they opened it up the mixed in butter, salt, and cheese to make a mashed potato in a jacket. Then you pick your toppings. I went with corn, black olives, mushrooms and ham. I wasn't a huge fan of the toppings, they all seemed pickled. Other options included jalapenos, fish, green olives, pickled cabbage, ...
... sense of scale and space. It was amazing to think they were built so long ago and yet built with such incredible engineering. Think the photos explain it better. After we finished our sites we were allowed a couple of hours of free time. I headed of to the grand bazar to have a look around. Again I was overwhelmed by the size and scale. I ended up staying there for awhile as I endeavoured to find Laura a present. She was a lucky girl scoring some pretty stylie Turkish slippers, ...