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Kayla had a relaxing spa bath this morning till we finally dragged her out to go to breakfast. It was worth going up for too. The honey couldn't have been fresher - it was actually still in the honeycomb.
We had a lovely view from the roof top restaurant too. Over the roofs we could see the minaret of the Mevlana Museum.
While we realised …
... we'd sleep in I didn't sleep hardly at all.
We got picked up at 4.30am in readiness for our balloon flight, which is a big source of income for this region but OMG so worth it. It should be on everybodies bucket list as it was such an awesome experience. It was surreal just like you see on the pictures or photos of this place. The group we went with made it so much fun and even to the very end we were on cloud nine. We even celebrated ...
... bad state. Another is the frescos are generally mere shadows of what they used to be, and the remaining ones just aren't that impressive. Seems a shame that farmers have used every nook and cranny of these churches to raise pigeons for their poop. Interestingly I never saw a Christian pray in these churches, nor did I see either a Christian or Muslim pray in the Hagia Sophia. I guess history and faith aren't necessarily connected, and history alone is not ...
... little tunnels and a secret underground world from the Roman years that they used to hide from their enemies, definitely some fascinating history there! After another full day of adventure I have now completed the journey back to Istanbul, sleep deprived and exhausted but full of amazing memories! After a day in Istanbul (probably going to be spent catching up on sleep!) it's off to the Greek islands where I will be finally reunited with my long lost boyfriend for a romantic ...
... we met whilst scrambling now recognise my sense of humour failure face!
We now have 5 more nights left in Turkey, 1 more here (and that means the last of the brilliant showers), 2 bushcamps and 2 nights in a “campsite”, although this sounds like the first one, with 2 loos and 1 cold shower. Lets hope it doesn't rain.
The group is still getting on, which is a good thing, and there are no real divisions (that I can tell) yet. Long may it last.