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... my attention. It's one of the double-edged swords about the intensity of travelling as a family - we share such amazing experiences and memories, have such wonderful conversations and quality time, but the absence of any personal space (I'm always holding 2 hands, or hosting someone on my lap), or time to just wander and be in my own thoughts is exhausting for me. Ben is fabulous about trying to accommodate this whenever he can ...
... we walked to the Grand Bazaar, a colourful and chaotic area in the Old City, that has been there for centuries. We resisted temptation to buy anything from the wonderful array of exotic items on display, unless it is practical for our journey we just don't have room for it. Lots if stall holders were trying to introvert us to buy, but it was much less intense than on the souks in Morocco. Les was feeling hungry, so we stopped at a cafe ...
... a shortcut (she had a bad sense of direction but was really sure of herself which reminded of someone I can't quite put my finger on) but we ended up in some dodgy alley populated by dozens of shifty youths, so we turned back. Walking even a little had made deejay feel very sick so she returned to the hostel. We walked up the hill to the Main Street, and after much walking couldn't find the restaurant we'd been after. We walked around the area but couldn't ...
... time before our night bus. We ordered a meal to share called Buckling Kebab, a mixture of Greek yogurt, french fries, spicy tomato paste, sautéed onions and spiced beef all mixed together on a plate. Yep, even the fries. It was the best meal that we have had in Turkey so far. They also included an appetizer for free, an aubergine dip with bread. Neither of us had any idea what aubergine was, but it was very tasty also. We were ...
... a Lahmacun (lah-mah-june) to split. The mixed mutton and beef kebaps were loaded with spices... almost a little too much for me. The Lahmacun is Turkish thin crust pizza made with mince meat and other stuff on top. Whatever it was, it tasted pretty good :)
While we were on a roll trying new foods, we ventured into a Turkish pasta (pastry) shop... with absolutely zero thought of simply window shopping. Since we had ...