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Back in Istanbul we took another couple & 2 single women to see a little of Istanbul at night so taxied to Galata tower, lit up, & began a walk up Iskitial Street. The lights, musicians of every kind including a rock band on the tram added to the atmosphere. Thousands of people were walking & the noise & excitement was incredible. …
... this area is - and as much as we have enjoyed the tourist sites, we also loved being part of a 'normal' Istanbul neighbourhood'.
Our delightful guide, Olga, led the 6 of us through the narrow back streets to enjoy:
- a traditional Turkish breakfast with tomato based dishes and strong tea
- sampling Baklava from a famous, traditional bakery
- a stop for strong sweet (traditionally brewed) Turkish coffee in a lovely quiet lane-way ...
We caught a bus from Sorrento to Naples airport and then flew to Istanbul, only to be met by a 1.5hr wait in line for passport control - I guess that's what happens when you arrive in Turkey just before Anzac Day! Anyway, we passed some time chatting to a couple of other Aussies in line who were heading to Gallipoli, and then spent a good while searching the 8 baggage carousels for our suitcases - it was so long between our ...
Today was a change of pace. We did more shopping than site seeing. The day started with a tour of the Chora Museum. It is a small Byzantine church. The church itself is very old and most of the frescos and mosaics are gone. However the audio tour did a good job of explaining the remaining ones. After the museum we went on a tour of the Bosphorus. As you can imagine many mosques and ...
... We received some very enthusiastic hurrahs from the locals at various bars we visited who all seemed quite chuffed that some yabancis had chosen to dress as some of the people they viewed as key to their year. There was unfortunately one other woman at the party who had the same idea, but her partner dressed as the police officer from the photo, so we had a little bit of variety. ...