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Today our tour guide, Alex, took those who hadn't already seen it to the Blue Mosque, Hajia Sophia and Topkati Place. As I'd spent the last few days looking at these places, I spent most of the morning on a bit of a hunt for hair conditioner. It wasn't in any of the hotels I'd stayed in thus far and the small amount I brought with me has run out …
... it is like to be educated for one year in a "Private school" which is supposed to be a greatly better school than public schools, meaning that parents paying for their kids going to a private would be getting what they are paying for, but so far from what I have seen and experienced this is far from the case. Sorry for this blog being so late, but i have been having a lot of problems in Turkey which were of higher importance compared to my travel blog, but here it is, as ...
... to the Mausoleum of Mustafa Amed Kammel Atta Turk, the father of modern Turkey, also an impressive monument, we got to see the changing of the guards. After this we were on our way to the next stop in the tour, Capadoccia.The boat tour on the Bosphorus was most enjoyable, either side of the
Straight has beautiful residential areas, mansions, palaces from
different periods, fortresses, buildings, parks, boardwalk, etc.,
... back to our hotel for dinner. Ross and I went for a walk through the town after dinner and discovered that there is a canyon running through the middle of the town that we didn't see during the daylight, also a museum high on a hill that has a lot of ornate clock towers in its grounds. Most of them were ticking away but not showing the correct time. We are off to Istanbul tomorrow to view the Grand Bazaar and then catch our flight to ...
... since being declared the capital of the Turkish Republic in 1923. Most of Ankara is a modern metropolis, carefully planned to reflect the seat of government for the Turkish nation. It is a western looking city. The Turkish people are big shoppers and, with their thriving economy, can afford to do so. Many of the top fashion designers are featured in shopping complexes in ...