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... the peak period of the Ottoman empire, the property was home to some 4000 people and included mosques, bakeries, a hospital and a mint. The property is substantial and overlooks the port which joins the Sea of Marmara with the Bosphorous. I can only say that the Sultans knew "how to live"!
The short visit to Istanbul was a major highlight and certainly provided an exciting introduction to this very interesting culture.
... loved the food, the variety and the quantity. Mandy's favourite was the sweet angel hair and walnut fried thingo. The 9 of us sat down at one point in a leafy park and gobbled down some meatball and chicken wraps, tempting the local cat out of hiding. The food is sensational! So flavoursome and delicious. The Turkish have an abundance of spices and are not afraid to use them. The Russians really need to get out more often...
... over that time, it was great. The Aussie couple from Canberra who were picked up at the airport with us yesterday were on the tour, an American couple (two men) from Washington DC, and an American woman from New York. Claudia is originally from the UK, came to Turkey with her diplomat father, met her Turkish husband maybe 40 years ago and has been here ever since.
We didn’t actually go into the spice market itself, concentrated on the little ...
... shock to our systems after months of Australian winter. After checking out a nearby, swanky shopping centre, we ventured to Chinatown. This was a cool part of town with lots of cheap buys. We found a cheap restaurant to eat some dinner and then it was back to the airport for flight number two. After such a long day in the heat and humidity, we were both exhausted and managed to get a relatively solid eight hour sleep on the flight from Singapore ...
... visited places which he considers more beautiful and less touristy. That was fine by us because the queue for the Blue Mosque was too long. Any queue is too long for me. We walked around for about 5 hours visiting Mosques, Grand Bazaar and parts of the the Bazaar that most tourists wouldn't find. Great local doner place for lunch, the crazily busy spice market and a truly local sheesha hangout for sheesha and tea or coffee. Salih ...