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Our first scheduled performance was at St. Antoine's Catholic Church, Istanbul, at 4:30 pm Sunday January 12th, 2014.
We gathered at the church at 3:45 pm following a ling flight and a quick lunch. We changed into our concert attire, set up our small amount of equipment, and did a quick warm up before this 30 minute concert. Since all of our Turkish and Greek repertoire is secular, the ...
... space. You sweat. A lot. Then the men come in for the bath. It starts with a scrub, then onto another marble table for a serious suds-ing, massage, shampoo and final rinse. Back into the sogukluk, you’re wrapped in towels where we sat to rehydrate with apple tea and fresh pomegranate juice. We’re given rose oil on out wrists and as a face splash on the way out the door. Lahmacun in Galatas Ray: After the hamam we took the ...
... something of a competition so I guess they w ere both winners. I think we’ve all seen Aya Sofia on TV, one of the largest mosques in the world, originally a Christian church eventually taken over by the Muslims who thankfully left all the decorations in place. This is despite the religion forbidding the use of images and there are the loveliest mosaics depicting Jesus, Mary, the saints still on display especially on the second floor. There was a display of ...
Known to be a posh port town on the edge of the Bosphorus Sea, Ortaköy is both familiar yet oddly refreshing. It attracts hoards of Arab tourists to the region, and is the home to the famous waffle dessert and Kampir - a baked potatoe and vegetable delicious mess! We arrived back to our hotel in the morning and were incredibly tired after our overnight ride from Ephesus. So we decided to walk off our ...
... difficult to see the electronic gadgets, the arrangements for various moving tables and benches did not work well with the seating adjustments and the seats were not really that comfortable. However I watched a couple of movies, had breakfast (omelette) and lunch (pea soup and rack of lamb) and managed a little sleep and a read. Arrived half an hour early into Dubai and you would have easily confused it with Perth - the bridge people were not ready so we waited 10 minutes to get ...
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