I'm sitting in a cafe in Istanbul, Turkey, but it really doesn't feel like that is where I am. I've just eaten the most glorious cheese steak sandwich I think I have ever had. We have over an hour before we have to catch the bus for the airport. The bus stop is just down the street, and it is quite windy here so we've elected to sit in the cafe. They have free internet. Brian and I both have our computers out on the table surfing the sites.
And the music...well...the music is taking me back. At first they had stuff I didn't even recognize. Then after a bit they changed the station...or the tape. I wonder if they did it for us. We were the only people in the restaurant when the music changed. I've sung along to Total Eclipse of the Heart (originally by Bonnie Tyler but this was a boyband version), Babe by Styx, Right Here Waiting by Richard Marx, and Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word...but not Elton John's version. Now there are Turks in the place. I wonder if they will change the music. I hope not.