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Tag Archives: Spice
As soon as he heard that we were heading out of Istanbul as soon as possible, Mercan Bey went into panic mode. You may recall that Mercan Bey is a spice trader from the Arabian Peninsula (as I wrote about … Continue reading
So, we move from yesterday’s introduction to Zenne, the former dancing girl now in love with her fragrant herbal garden, to an introduction to Mercan Bey (pronounced mehr-jahn bey), a spice trader from the Arabian peninsula. Now, I only became … Continue reading