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... around the Mediterranean, Istanbul stands out from its peers for the seeming absence of graffiti, and the near absence of litter. But not to worry; it isn't perfect. What they lack in clutter, they make up for in automobile traffic. Several gents have even turned the near constant back-ups into business opportunities by selling bottled water and snacks to the drivers ...
... Bath. I am pleased to say that my second visit was a lot less traumatic than the first and enjoyed in a 400 year old building...I think we look very classy in our towels after the bath! We also enjoyed a performance of the Twirling Dervishes...the dance of devoted love...where dancers (male) twirl themselves into a religious trance... Ah Mike & Michel what fun we had...now you are off to Cappadocia and we start our journey ...
... br> In the middle of the afternoon we stopped by a tourist section of a salt lake in Central Anatolia called Lake Tuz and it was great to have a stop and get out and stretch!! It certainly is a large lake and we needed our sunglasses for the glare. We also bought some body scrub made from the salt and oils, most of which leaked out later when we opened it to divide into two!! Lovely stuff though. There was lots things to buy there, but ...
... he was super excited to see all the model trains. I was surprised it wasn't more crowded though (which is a good thing, there were rooms where we had all the displays to ourselves). After a while a group of school children arrived and livened up the place a bit. Zach loved the flying car from Harry Potter. And Zane loved the trains, oh how he loved the trains. I was hoping we would get to ride the steam train and fortunately we were there ...
... found a guy and his BBQ who was making actual fish sandwiches. So we quickly enjoyed them, then kept on to the Egyptian Bazaar. A Bazaar is like a big market just Middle-Eastern style. There I bought a Galatasaray SK jersey (my favourite Turkish soccer team), and Jimmy if you're reading this the jersey has a Dutch players name on it, Wesley Sneijder, #10. Just before I left a businessman said " Wesley Sneijder... Wheeeeewwwwww". The last day there, it was my Dad's birthday. We ...