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... the buses. Non of which said anything about "Taksim." So, I walked a little bit, saw a queue of people waiting behind the first bus in the row of buses and decided to ask where they were going. Just happened to be the line for "Taksim." So "second bus" to booth guy means, the imaginary bus behind the first bus in the row of three buses. Just incase I lost anyone through that. :D
So, as I'm standing there picking out pieces of my Burger King from my giant ...
... place right nearby and then hopped back on the tram. There was a bit of a debate about whether the bowls were important enough to actually go back for them. The answer was yes. So, we took the tram just a couple of stops and got back off at the Grand Bazaar. Amazingly, we were able to find the very shop we wanted, and he had put the bowls aside. Meanwhile, it had occurred to me that we were going to have some difficulty packing all that we had purchased on this trip so I used a ...
... tomatoes etc and enjoy meals 'at home'. We walk the couple of hundred metres or so past the British Embassy and the Pera Palace Hotel to the main drag leading up to Tacsim for supper. Apart from that we just read, relax and research the next stages of our adventure. We decide on a three-day journey to Cappadocia, with two overnight stops missing out ...
... of furniture inside. The vast open spaces are carpeted with a lush thick floor covering - much more conducive to kneeling and such! It is beautiful and breath taking as religious buildings often are. They are designed to impress and instill awe and this one certainly does. The only telling point is the area set aside for women to pray in. It is a small screened area right at the back of the mosque - enough room for about forty or fifty gals inside. I suppose this ...
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- "Shopping" - fashion labels fastened by pins and made to look like a shark from far away
- "Beyrut" - video projection of ...