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... If the stadium on the outside was unspired modern stadium design the scene inside made up for it as there were already a few thousand Galatasary fans behind the goal chanting as if their lives depended on it. They booed the referee and linesman from their very first appearance on the pitch - something I ve not seen before - including every mundance activity they undertook including checking the nets were secure which really seemed to rile them. Much of the rest ...
... 1500's. Which was just as nice as the Blue mosque (which wasn't very blue). Each mosque was a centre of community support and used to have health care and a soup kitchen at each. We went to the 'soup kitchen' attached with Suleymaniye mosque (now a cafe) and were greeted with rosť hip juice. It was dark, sweet, and similar to prune juice (so said an elderly lady). No pics were allowed of dervishes as it ...
... there in the early afternoon and spent four hours in pretty much what would be described as a 'holding bay’ before they opened the gates at 6pm. We bought a Frisbee and a little ball and that killed about thirty minutes. My 20 Questions game also killed about six minutes. The rest was spent napping and swatting ants.
We finally got into ANZAC Cove at around 6:30pm, and our legendary work friend Sam had saved us ...
... Turkey is a secular country by constitution, and only about 7% of the people practice their Muslim faith regularly. Still, it is reported by our tour guide Oscar that on Fridays, the Blue Mosque is filled with people praying toward Mecca. Men and women pray in different sections of the mosque.
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... to woo you in. We had dinner at the Sultan Aiya, and had the traditional Tasti Kebab which is cooked in clay pots, and sheared off in front of you by a hot knife and poured onto your plate. Very theatrical and tastes sensational. With another early start tomorrow to Santorini via Athens, we called it a night, even though it's already called 'night' (Carl Barron joke), and hit our hotel to try and make a D on Santorinis Accomodation. ...