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... nearby laneway and we tried the casserole in a clay pot dinner that is often seen here in Istanbul. They cook it in the clay pot and then dramatically knock the end off it before serving it at the table. It arrives at the table on a bed of salt and flames around the pots. The flavours are intense - we had a lamb and a beef one - all served with rice and the ever present chips and bread !
To cap the night we went home past an icecream vendor. These guys are a ...
... the treasury, the harem and pompous pavilions of Topkapi gives an insight in the once daily life of the sultan and his family.
Before returning to the apartment in Beyoglu, I decide to enjoy a meal in the backstreets of Sultanahmet. The sun has set and it gives me the opportunity to enjoy these great monuments in an amazing light.
For what I had decided to see today, I didn't make the half of it. A fascination has begun. Tomorrow is a new day.
... independent traveller I don’t do tours as standard. But, I cannot tell you how
impressed I was with Pacifik Travel Agency www.pasifiktravel.com. In particular one agent there called Kursat. This guy is an absolute champion at what he does… he knows Turkey inside out and whipped up an itinerary for me that catered to my needs for independence, but
got me to do what I needed effectively, efficiently and economically. I was able to still take ...
... a lot of walking, which is not fun if you are hung over. Also, every historical site we went to, I wanted to go in and spend an hour or so there, where the guys were just thinking "oh, we saw it, now we can go." I really wanted to go in and learn about the culture and the history where the guys were more concerned about eating kebap and drinking. Just a little frustrating. The third frustration was transport. In the other 2 cities we went to, ...