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... has no window and chains bolted to the stone wall. Aside from this and the outer walls of the prison which incorporate stone columns from previous civilizations, it's a lame site with almost no explanatory text. Berrin had been busy baking cornmeal cookies which we ate warm with tea. She packed up a box of cookies for us to take along with us and gave us a bag of her tarhana, crumbled dried sourdough that you add to soup for a healing brew. ...
... lanes and roads. After a little break we looked up foods that Istanbul is famous for and found a Baked Salt fish dish. Richard set his phone for the directions and off we went to find it.......and for the first time in the city we did! The restaurant was small but a table opened up as we arrived. We sat down and realised that there were two Brisbane people sitting next to us. We ordered our salt fish which was Black Seabass. Thos was ...
Our last day in Istanbul was spent doing the sight seeing things, we went to the Grand Bazaar which was huge and fill of Turkish men waiting to rip you off it was just like the markets in Thailand we all only lasted an hour there. Then it was off the the mosques. We decided to do a walking tour as we were staying handy to the popular ones, but only in Turkey there was confusion they picked us up by bus took ...
... the crowd and jumped the fence to exit the tram station and have a shortcut to campus. There are some other tourists here, but not many.
Snapped pics of Istanbul University and the historical building the Crowne Plaza is in. Walked by Laleli Mosque but, as per my custom, didn't ...
... found a Harrex on one of the graves and it turns out to be a relative. Definitely makes the whole thing closer to home. Troy was also interesting, although it made me realise how much movies (like Troy) not only distort the facts, they make me think that the story lines are real. The only downside is I lost my camera - left it at a campsite. Such a shame to lose so many awesome photos but it definitely makes me more careful :( That's it for now... Love from an exotic and wandering ...