Bayran, My Bayran

 My Bayram

This week was a holiday here in Turkey. It is a Muslim holiday called ‘Bayram’. It basically means that people go back to their hometown and visit almost every single family member. However they also sacrifice some animals like cows and sheep, but it is pretty standard for them. I didn’t see anything like that fortunately, it would be way to disgusting to me.

Eventually, my Bayram was about getting to know new people from all over the country. Berkay has a pretty large family, so I had the chance to meet them. Actually some of them have totally good English so it was a real joy for me…Finally…some people I can chat with. For instance a businessman from Ankara, Berkay’s cousin: Zeynep- who studies at the University of Istanbul or something like that, I don’t know exactly what, but her lessons are in English- and also some old students from the school who came to visit their parents and grandparents. Zeynep, Berkay and I went out every evening for a drink to Küpler Cafe. Küpler is a fun place and there was live music upstairs. Actually I almost had the pleasure to join the guy who played there, but in the end we could not manage it because of some technical problems. I really feel sorry about it; it would have been so much fun. An acoustic guitarist and singer with some smooth bass line and nice Turkish melody…Gosh, I hope we will meet again.

Today (Sunday) we’ll go to a wedding. Laura has been to some already, and she told me those were amazing, so therefore I’m curious to see how it is going here. I will let you know how it was next week.

  Sárdi Ádám, HaRibó

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