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... and replacing the tiny battery, but could not get the lid back on the watch to save his life. We both tried everything we could think of for about 15 minutes, until he finally ran down to a nearby store that had the proper equipment. To his credit, he didn't charge us a penny, even after we insisted on paying him. From the Grand Bazaar, we walked down to the equally famous Spice Bazaar. Walking through the spice market reminded us of the St. Josep market we had ...
... of famous horses and chariot drivers, none of which survive. The hippodrome was filled with statues of gods, emperors and heroes, among them some famous works, such as a Heracles by Lysippos, Romulus and Remus with their wolf and the Serpent Column of the Plataean tripod. Throughout the Byzantine period, the Hippodrome was the centre of the city's social life. Huge amounts were bet on chariot races, and initially four teams took part in these races, each one financially sponsored ...
... and chatting with a local who was lying next to us. We asked him for some recommendations and he asked if we had tried a waffle yet. It turns out that one of the most popular Turkish fast foods are fresh waffles that are topped with fruits and syrups of your choice. This was obviously something we had to try, so we left Suada and walked to the tony neighborhood of Bebek. The waffles were amazing! Tyler had his with strawberries, banana, pistachio and ...
... to fill out, the same with Germany. In Turkey they just had lines that said nothing to declare, or stuff to declare. I wonder why Canada makes you fill out the declaration card. Finally made it Canada. Landed in Calgary and have to wait 3 hours till me flight to Lethbridge. I was unable to sleep in the plane so at the moment it's hard to keep my eyes open. I was good till the last hour of my Frankfurt ...
... of the first large markets in Istanbul, and tested our haggling skills (on a random note, during this entire blog Steve Ricks' voice is narrating it in my head). The baazar is one of the oldest market places in the world and in its tunnels has over 4,000 shops selling various goods. Myself, Lisa and Jazmine all had interesting experiences at the baazar. I used some of the Turkish Oscar taught us and it really helped me get better deals and to have a positive interaction with the ...