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... I followed a few others who I assumed were heading to the stadium. For once my instinct was correct and it was only a 15 or so minute walk through street vendors trying to sell all sorts of weird and wonderful items before the concrete glow of the stadium appeared. I was expecting to be laughed out of the queue for turning up with no pre-booking but to my surprise was given a ticket for an unknown price since I have no idea of the exchange rate of Turkish lira ...
... nine Islands in the Sea of Marmara also being the most touristy. During the Byzantine era the Island was a place of exile now evolved to a popular destination for the Istanbulites to escape the hectic city life. Silence rules on the Island as cars and motorized vehicles are banned!
I decide to take a stroll in the silence in search for the tranquil pine-forest. The silence is only interrupted by horse carriages ...
... as well as night clubs, trendy suburbs,ancient mosques and the Rumeli fortress.
Along the Asian side, the buildings looked quite different. There were some wooden houses along the water front which are very expensive, mainly because they are made of wood! A very rare building material for the ancient city. The houses are called Yah. The oldest surviving yah ...
... information about the mosque, Islam, and Turkey while we were inside. We learned that the tulip is the flower of Turkey, and therefor many of the patterns that decorate the inside of many holy buildings consist of flowery, tulip like patterns. In the Blue Mosque, there are 260 stained glass windows and in every mosque, there are two very specific sections. The first is the Mihrab, which is something resembling a shrine. The Mihrab acts as a kible, which is essentially ...
... amp; Smiles' reward scheme, for spelling my surname 'Benneth' and giving me a DOB of 1968 when they set up my account had now disappeared. Excellent food (complete with an on board chef!) and a very warm and friendly service. Such is the Turkish way.
After being picked up from Ataturk airport by my good friend Barlas a.k.a. 'Beerlas' we had a mad, virtually stationery journey to Koray's flat, sitting in traffic for the best part of three and a half hours. It turns out ...