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... Gaziantep came to the Sıdık's house it was so crowded i had to sit in another room! On Sunday it was bayram(which goes for four days) and bayram is where you can kiss an adults(a relatives) hand,put it on your forehead,kiss both of their cheeks then say bayramus kutlualsem(no idea how to spell it) then they have to give you money i made 370 turkish dollars.That's all for now so... yea
... it. The rooms around the courtyard are shops displaying Turkish folk crafts including wood and leather work, weaving, beading and, most amazing, embroidery work.
We were headed to the Culinary Museum because our stay here had involved such great local dishes that we wanted to find out more about it. The small museum was well signposted and in small alley downhill from the Citadel. The museum has ...
... for our last two nights in Turkey. Tomorrow we will visit the world's largest mosaic museum and spend some time shopping in the Old Market. We have to take a flight back to Istanbul on Monday morning at 3:45 am and then leave for Chicago around 11:00 am. After a 12 hour flight, we'll arrive in Chicago around 3:30 p.m. We will post the last two days of pictures after we arrive home - we've enjoyed sharing our trip with you! Mark and ...
... I had had enough. All I wanted was to be back at home in my London apartment watching TV and not living a once in a lifetime experience.
Tom and I finally made it to Gaziantep, and we had some tough thinking to go through. We went out for some food as all we had eaten during the day was breakfast and a bar of chocolate and then returned to our hotel to consider our options. The Middle East was now out of the question so that meant no Lebanon, Jordan and ...
... it wasn’t. A modern city with a GREAT old market that we wandered through where you could see them hand making lots of tin and copper pots, jewelry, and other bits and bobs, cobblers cutting out really interesting leather shoes, and lots and lots of local spices, foods, and souvenir trinkets but c’est tout. For us market mamas, it was perfect, but after one round of nosing around, that was about it. MUCH searching led us to a ...