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... a restaurant right beside it, where I made numerous kittycat friends. There are cats absolutely everywhere in Istanbul! I made sure to give away some of my chicken, but I made a grave error. Soon, cats from all directions were coming for their share (and the original ones became stage 5 clingers). Luckily for me, other people were also feeding them and soon, the pressure was off me and I could breathe a sigh of relief.
In Istanbul, the people of the city seem ...
... truly unbearable and worse than any other country this summer. I miss having friends to hang out with. I'm tired of walking around trendy neighborhoods by myself, feeling like an impostor because I'm lost, I'm sweating when everyone else looks fabulous, and I can't afford that really nice looking drink. In the other counties I visited (except Japan), this wasn't a problem because 90% of locals didn't go "out" or dress up, and trendy neighborhoods didn't exist... In Istanbul, ...
... old wooden houses of Istanbul are famous. Built in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, many of them are dilapidated and you wonder how people could still be living in them, but they are. Some have been restored and there is a push to save them from being destroyed.
Liz and Doug arrived around 6 and we headed off to dinner before planning the next ...
... kemençe, zurna wind instrument, the ney, and the double-headed davul drum.
· Turkish folk music is based chiefly on lyrics (about 95% of all folk music has lyrics).
· In Turkey folk dance is invariably accompanied by musical instruments. (Please refer to the music section) In some regions, women perform folk dances to the accompaniment of folk songs.