Yesil is full of these shops, selling all kinds of antiques. Inside they are like Aladdin's caves, with many different and interesting things all crammed into every available space .
Many apologies for our poor record over the last few weeks. We have been travelling around and it wasn't always easy to get on the computer. Anyway, from now on things will be back to normal, inshallah.
This photo is of the large fountain in front of Ulu Cami, the same one where the boys were having fun in an earlier photo.
"these are toothbrush coming from arabia...you don't need a toothpaste or water...the bedouins are using them ...it is a kind of soft wood...i can not explain it well you should see them...i triend ones ..it works but hurts as well..."
This is the same scarf bought by Queen Elizabeth during her visit to Bursa when she visited the Koza Han (silk market)
It is from Aybil Ipek shop. For anyone who wants to track them down, you can find the shops on the upper floor, number 245 and 247-231.
We always mean to join in the monthly theme photo day, and this time we even prepared the photo! Unfortunately we didn't sign up in time, but here it is anyway.
This metal stall is on Altiparmak street near to the centre of town. As you can see they are selling many traditional and beautiful things...