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... but lots of people are driving around the rows, learning to drive. Some of the drivers are only children, aged around 12 or so!
There are also some people driving remote control cars around the car park.
On the other side of the car park there is a gathering of classic cars, all of them Fiats, and a even larger gathering of men all photographing their own and everyone else's vehicles and every accessory and shiny part. One of these men came and had a look at ...
Our arrival in Istanbul can really only be described as chaotic; we concluded that the Turkish public sector (at least at the airport) is not synonymous with efficiency in any way! However eventually we were safely in our hotel for some very welcome rest.
On the way to the hotel we noticed that the parks were full of families celebrating the end of Ramadan with picnics and BBQs - and enjoying the afternoon sun.
Our first full ...
... room that my friend or cover totally my body, and it was summer, I' ve never felt that hot in my life.
My friend had to cover his legs with a huge scarf... So cute
My favorite mosque is call The blue mosque, itīs just beautiful, ones you get inside, you will not have words.
Men and woman pray in different areas, a funny story, ones we were inside, we saw the men area, and they were all having a nap, i was so jealous, because it was so hot
... and lamb cooked in a clay pot which they crack open in front of your table. We posted a video of ours.
Yuksel Uygur Restaurant Dave discovered serves "lagman" our favorite noodle dish and Uygur Mantisi, a dumpling we loved so in Kashgar. We're stoked, today's lunch!!
The Lagman noodle dish at Yuksel Uygur Restaurant turned out to be wonderful. It was slightly different than we tasted in Kashgar with more ...
... being tempted by the many street vendors and cafés along the central street of Istanbul, we immediately got changed and began preparing for the concert. In reflecting on our performance at St. Antoine's, I think we did remarkably well considering both the mental and physical fatigue that were setting in and the equipment issues we had to work out. The expansiveness of the church made for a unique setting to perform ...