Hotel Yesil Park
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... could not stop laughing. We felt bad as we weren't laughing about the cultural requirement, we were laughing at how ridiculous and funny we did look. The boys were given skirts as well as their shorts weren't good enough and required their legs covered.
We got up to the inside and had to take our shoes off and place them in plastic carry bags and then we could enter. We got in and it was all worth it. It was so beautiful and amazing. It was a massive cultural shock when ...
... call for prayer is not so appreciated at 3.30 in the morning!). Spent the evening walking the length of Istikal Meydani in the Beyoglu district. A length of shops of all sorts where hundreds of locals gather to walk its length. A favourite meeting spot!
Tried to give the weary feet a bit of a rest so decided on a ferry ride along the Bosphorus Strait which separates the European and Asian sides of Turkey. A lovely relaxing ...
... calls being made and they were surprised by how loud it was.
After lunch, it was still prayer time so we went to a ceramics shop for another sales pitch. They showed us how they make their clay tiles, vases and plates and they gave the kids an opportunity to try making a bowl. Since Beth had a nice dress on, Nate was the only one to try and make something. He climbed up and, with the master’s help, made the start of a good ...
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... evening in Istanbul four of us went to smoke more Shisha and have an indepth conversation about life over the apple mint fumes. We ate at what had turned into my favorite restaurant where you chose from a cabinet of dishes to pile on your plate for some ridiculous sum like $4.5. Novan and Cat who I had joined to visit the palace that morning, and gone on a culinary adventure with eating the most scrumptious Turkish pide (boat pizza) and my highlight of the cuisine so far - ...