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... the Egyptians. The excavations continued over the centuries and reached their current elaborate form in the 7th and 8th centuries when the local folks were threatened by the Arabs.
The underground city included everything needed to sustain the lives of 3000 people for up to three months. Living quarters, kitchens, wine cellars, air ventilation, stables, worship areas, even burial grounds were all there. But not only did these people build ...
... egg crepes, omelette station, fresh and dried fruits, grilled bread with cheese, tomatoes, onions, potatoes or sausage in them. We were picked up by our tour guide at 10:30 and back on the road for more rock formations, cave houses and churches. At the airport early for our 6 pm flight and after a short delay we arrived back in Istanbul by 9 pm to rain! Our new hotel, TomTom, is incredible. Very modern! We're up tomorrow, tour a bit more Istanbul and then off to ...
... whole thing. Cindy fell asleep. I vacillated back and forth between being really impressed, and having to remind myself not to giggle; they are really impressive, and at the same time pretty silly looking to the uninitiated.
Interlude the second – a note on harems.
Elsewhere in these pages my wife has documented our visit to the harem of Topkapi Palace. In her description, she erroneously makes the claim that "Harem does not mean roomful ...
... point than a viewpoint, but interesting, nevertheless.
I am not good at haggling, so where there are no prices indicated, I tend to balk and move on, not being a good shopper at the best of times.
"Madam, madam give me your price" is not language I understand.
Maybe it would be different if I were desperate to have the article, but I am not sure.
As we were leaving, there was a flurry of activity with the stall holders.
"The wind she is coming in ...
... off.On the other side of the terminal he approached a driver,....spoke and then looked at me and said, 'Cirali'. You would've thought that he'd discovered America.....or TURKEY!
This bus was a 'mini bus', not the standard Greyhound type. I looked at the driver, and said, questionably, 'WC',.....he pointed inside, and said '4' minutes.Mr Hero, ran me inside, about the length of half a football field, and ...