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... to become Ataturk (which means "Father of the Turks") who in 1923 brought the country to independence after defeating the Allies in World War 1 at Gallipoli in 1915. He went about reforming the country, bringing better education for all, equality for men and women and independence to Turkey. He promoted diversity and peace in his country. He was happy for anyone to come to Turkey to live and also practice any religion or lifestyle. The man ...
... members, we went to the under ground basilica. This was really cool. It was an underground storage tank for the towns water which was built under an old basilica. It isn't used anymore but you can walk around it. It's really an impressive structure. From here we took some final photos around the area and made our way back to the hotel. Once back, we had to say our goodbyes to Sarzy, Brett n ...
... of the building’s full name is "Shrine of the Holy Wisdom of God." It is a prime example of Byzantine architecture. When it was constructed, it was the world’s largest church for 1,000 years, and even today, it is the 5th largest. During the conversion to a mosque, the Christian symbols and icons were covered over, and large screens with the ...
... Trudging back up the hill we said goodbye to Istanbul and repacked the suitcases for our early departure the following morning.
At 4:45am we woke up and caught our transfer to the airport with a couple of Auzzie's. The last nine days in Turkey had been amazing and we had certainly eaten our way around this part of the word. Without any hassle we boarded our flight with Taihape and Keiran back to London, ready for the busy work week the following day.
Waking up on our final day in Istanbul, and we are pretty happy that we have ticked all the boxes. Maybe could've squeezed in a Turkish bath or a sheesha, but I think my lungs have only just recovered from all my Middle East sheesharing. Our hotel organized us a driver to take us to the airport, and as we completed our payments for the hotel the previous night it was one less thing we had to worry about. We sincerely thanked the brothers as they ...