Holiday Inn Istanbul-Sisli
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... very busy. Murat asked what we would like to eat and I suggested that he chose for us. We had a flat bread with butter and cheese to start, followed by a mixed platter of different kebabs served with chillies, grilled tomato , green salad leaves and rice. It was very tasty and we both enjoyed it. Our friends had Aryan to drink, it is very popular here, it's a mixture if yogurt and water flavored with salt, we think it might be what Les poured on his ...
... worth or 5 months if you get a university education. It is unpaid, unless in the higher ranks, for instance if you have a useful skill such as good English you could end up in the diplomatic corps.
There is no unemployment benefit in Turkey.
Turkey's military is the 8th largest army in the world and Turkey is the second biggest power in NATO.
In Turkey to be a 'real man' you have to:
* be circumcised
* graduate from ...
... Turkey with their smaller blocks of sunflowers are simply enchanting as were the views of the Marmarus Sea.
Secondly, truck days give you plenty of time to reflect. It is almost two weeks since I set off from Gateshead having more or less traversed the whole European continent overland. So many superlatives! So many new adventures. So many adventures yet to come. And somewhere over the horizon, Istanbul was ...
... entered into the main hall of the Mosque. The domed ceiling was breathtaking. The layout was surprisingly simple, with a large area for (male) prayer being the main feature, with a small area for women to pray in the corner. There were signs dotted around the mosque that read "If you wish to understand Islam, please visit the information centre". The idea of summing up an entire belief system in a pamphlet, tickled me.
The Blue Mosque was a fantastic ...
... and outdoor graves for many of the dervishes.
I passed by the embassies for Sweden, Russia, Greece, and the Netherlands. This side of Istanbul was made to be more European. There is ...