Emirhan Inn Apartment
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... us to Jericho, the Mount of Olives and The Garden of Gethsemane for a fee of course. I just decided to do it. I may never have a chance to do this again. We were able to see a lot of the West Bank through the eyes of a Palestinian. I could ask him whatever questions I wanted and he told us about his life as a Palestinian. He kept referring to the wall as the crazy or stupid wall. He told us that it has brought havoc to the lives of the ...
... as the tulip displays, and equally as irresistible. The coffee on the other hand is an acquired taste. To me it's a cup of sediment, but Brad seems to like it. I like the tea, but am yet to be given one in the beautiful delicate tea cups everyone else seems to be given. Getting a little peeved at that I must say, so today I'm going to request my tea be served in a Turkish glass - with just one more piece of Bakclava on the side - happy times. ...
... and Jesus. They even sold Christian icons in the gift shop! Bizarre.
Then we went inside the Basilica Cisterns. Neither of us actually knew exactly what a cistern was, but everyone has said they were really cool so we went to them. Turns out a cistern is a big tank for storing water, and these were built underground! Apparently it was a cathedral before being filled with water and converted into a cistern, and it was built ...
... shop, This is the posh end if Istanbul, one road is full of expensive car showrooms, a lovely line up of Range Rovers, Lamborghinis, Aston Martins, you get the idea. Back at the campsite the Dutch people are arriving back from their day out,they all arrive at the same time, they must be traveling all together.
Les sorted uploaded some photos whilst Chef cooked tea. We then planned how to get the bus or train into the city tomorrow.
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... The tall felt camel hat represents a tombstone, the black cloak represents earthly attachments. The white is similar to a shroud Muslims are wrapped in when they die. OK, maybe more than you want to know, but I bet you wondered what was with all the garb! It was a fascinating ceremony. Those guys twirled for a good 30-40 minutes, only stopping briefly and then restarting. Crazy!!! Tomorrow we meet up with our tour group, but before that....a Turkish bath is in the ...