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... being a Friday of Ramadan, the Blue Mosque was closed for all tours today. This was a slight disappointment, the outside Alman fountain and gardens were beautiful, upside was that we were able to spend more time at the Hagia Sophia and the Topkapi Palace. The Topkapi Palace was another location in Matthew Reilly's 'The Tournament', it is set in parkland, which is a rare treat in a busy city of many million. The last Sultan was ...
... selling pens. A narrow alley was filled with stores which had nothing but scarfs and pashminas. This is where the locals go to shop and they were out in force today.
Exhausted and leg weary yet again, we found a tiny corner street eatery, climbed the narrow stairs to the second floor, and squished into a table by the open balcony. It had a low ceiling and barely enough room to stand, a basic table and chairs, but incredibly delicious and ...
... read the notice, since I have no idea what the Kabaa is. It tells me that Abraham built the Kabaa in Mecca, which even then was a holy site. This greatly surprised me as I thought Abraham had come from Ur, in modern Iraq, and passed through Turkey and ended up in the land of Canaan.
We headed to the Grand Bazaar at noon, since most tour companies end the day there and the traffic is so bad it’s almost impossible to even ...
... was right outside our window!
Once we checked in we went straight out to sight see because it was a really lovely day. We first went to the Great Palace Mosaic Museum as it was directly outside our hotel, then we went to the Hagia Sofia. We didn't have to queue for anything as we are students in turkey we have these special museum cards so we get into all museums for free! After we saw the Hagia ...
... hero fell’
‘He lives with us in memory & will for evermore – His loving mother’
‘A life of promise closed’
'How can a man die better than facing fearful odds’
‘A true Australian who gave his life in freedom’s cause’
‘Too far away your grave to see, but not too far to think of thee’
And then we were at Anzac Cove itself; small, peaceful, clear blue water, a ...