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... there is something moving. There is not much time for peace and quite there, even as you go further out, but if you don't mind the hustle and bustle life, its great fun.
As I waited for a bus, there where about 30 or more people also waiting for a bus - just at my particular stop. There are hundreds of bus stops possibly in Istanbul, and this one was a little bit out of the centre. It was a bus stop that was also shared by possibly ...
... it to haggis!) and entered the museum. It is stunning in a very different way. The building has been around for centuries and has been a church and a mosque at different times and is now a museum, although there are suggestions that many would like it to be a mosque again.
After our time in the Hagia Sophia, we made our way to the Grand Bazaar. Little did we know that the bazaar is closed on Sundays. The only thing we needed ...
This really was the journey of a lifetime. I know I wouldn't have the chance to do it again. That's why I was so nervous yet excited about this trip.
A trip to Europe has always been a dream of mine. I was always seeing those quotes or articles saying that "just go" or "do not waste time waiting or wondering, just do it", that kind of sayings. And I was like preparing and planning it for such a long time that I don't even remember when I started. And finally I ...
... but also fun to see who he is becoming and where his gifts lie. Max is so observant. He doesn't miss a thing. This can be very good and not so good depending on what he is seeing. He and I are having a great time. What little 5 year old boy asks to sit down for a cup of cay (tea)? What little American boy knows all about Ataturk, whirling dervishes, Rumi, the Sultans, the muezzins, the minarets, the call to prayer and Cappadocia? ...
... fast cars, donkeys, shepherds, dust, sea, sun, rain and winds. All this has made the last days a kaleidoscope of experiences. Ephesus and the wonders of the ancient library, the overwhelming Basilica Cistern with fish never seeing the light of day under the streets of the Topkapi Palace and Blue Mosque, the magnificent Hagia Sophia Museum and the Hurley burley of the streets of Istanbul have forever changed my thoughts about Turkey. ...