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Early start in peak hour traffic through Ankara the capital of Turkey. A bit like driving through Canberra and without the character of Istanbul. Museum of Anatolia Civilisations The Museum of Anatolian Civilisations is located on the south side of Ankara Castle in the Atpazarı area in Ankara, Turkey. It consists of the old Ottoman Mahmut Paşa bazaar storage building, and the Kurşunlu Han. Because of ...
... by then, the glare of the tv screens on the
backs of all of the seats were really hurting my eyes. I had to wear my
sunglasses and have my shawl wrapped around my head; I looked like such a ****.
When we stopped at a service station for a break I was in so much pain I was
almost in tears, Zeki went into the little market to ask if they had any pain
killers, luckily the shopkeeper had this little tin full of different types of
... for one part of the complex alone, the mysteriously labelled 'Dark Church'. In contrast to the other small chapels in the area whose paintings were desecrated by marauding Turks, the Dark Church was left remarkably intact. Every column, dome and wall was festooned with colourful idols and remarkably well preserved frescos. The rather morose audio guide I hired droned on about every scene without any real enthusiasm, so I switched it off and spent ten minutes in silence ...
Hot air balloon ride !!! This is the sole reason i decided to visit Turkey again, so that i can experience the hot air balloon ride in Cappadocia & boy was it worth it :).
To ride the balloon you need to get really early because they normally try to get the balloon up, up and away before the sunrise for 2 reasons (a) to catch the breathtaking view of sunrise in cappadocia (b) if you wait any longer it gets too hot in ...
... Celaleddin Rumi, known more commonly simply as Rumi, was a Sufi mystic who founded the Mevlevi order - better known as the Whirling Dervishes.
When offered the opportunity to observe a Whirling Dervishes ceremony I was ecstatic. The mysticism of Rumi, his order's belief that music and dance could ...