The second time I came to Istanbul, the biggest harvest of my mistake was in Galata, which was originally located in an excellent location, overlooking the Strait. Below the tower is a winding pedestrian street with shops or tea shops and restaurants on both sides. People here prefer face-to-face communication. They can be seen everywhere, in twos and threes, chatting with each other. If you find that you are paying attention to him, they will kindly signal to you. The biggest advantage is that it's hard to find an Asian face, whether old or young, singing and Carnival together or whispering in roadside teahouses. Everything is so natural and happy.