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... it is not just for tourists. Lots of leather, jewelry, ceramics, carpets, pots, pans, hangers, anything you may want. Every store has someone outside to try to get you to come in and buy something. I am probably the only person that goes through the Bazaar and not buy anything, but it was a lot of fun to look. I found someone who spoke English and asked how to get to the spice market and after several people, I get pointed in the correct direction.
... meal I've had, the 40 minutes I got to eat earlier than the others seemed worth it to me.
In the end, Chloe, Andre, and I had a wonderful evening, drinking cheap beer after cheap beer, and a round of Raki as well (a regional alcohol with a strong taste of black licorice... took a bit of getting used to, but in the end I was enjoying it.) The night ended fine, even if Tim wouldn't shut up for a minute. He was an interesting guy after all who had traveled basically everywhere, ...
... Sunday this year, I had the brilliant idea to celebrate all weekend long. The original plan was to start the festivities on Friday, but we ended up kicking things off a little bit earlier after cruising to victory in the pub quiz
on Thursday night.
After what amounted to little more than an extended snooze, we rounded up the troops and headed to Burgazada for a slightly dressed-up ...
... an interesting night out and something that I had never done or seen before. It was a good way to feel the Turkish culture and experience something new and different. A few people went out to back up for another messy night. I had a few drinks but I didn’t want to be hung over for the main reason why I was in Turkey, Gallipoli.
So off to Gallipoli next. It’s going to be an emotional trip, but I know it will be a trip I will never forget.
... into the water. This was strange. Little did I know it was only the beginning. Once, we walked past a line of stalls serving various foods. Every stall we walked past, the guys in the booth called out, “Hi!” “Hello!” “You hungry?” “Eat here!” “Hello!” “Hi!” It was like a little soundtrack. We hit a dead end, which meant we had to turn around and go through our little symphony again, ...
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