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... suggested that, since the tours start at the Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque, we should head to Topkapi place which is where the Ottoman sultan’s lived. Topkapi is huge. It’s hard to describe how big it actually is but you’re only able to see certain parts of it due to how big it is. We chose not to go in to the harem since it was an extra fee and we had other sights that we wanted to ensure we had time to enjoy. We ...
... sleep for the next 30 hours or so I had better get some now. Tomorrow will be an experience that will bring me back to the blog to share. I have my poppies, my ANZAC badges, and my speech that I promised a dear returned serviceman friend In Kuranda I would read for him. To be at ANZAC cove at the exact time of the landing on the fateful day some100 years earlier is something that will affect us all, but I will share it as best I can when we return. LEST WE ...
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The cafes were filled with families returning from church and enjoying themselves. Children were playing ootall in the square, families were out cycling, while others enjoyed outdoor dining. The sun was shining, and we caught up on our emails, as free WiFi was available, the first time in 9 days. I loved the architecture of this town.
... walk, and very accessible to the public and tourists.
As the mosque is a place of worship, you will find that will be filled 5 times a day for pray, I arrived after my breakfast once the dawn pray had finished and went inside. After taking my shoes off at the front I was free to explore the mosque, there is no entrance fee so it makes for a ...