Orka Royal Hotel
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... sultan ; haseki kadın if it was a daughter. Ruling the Harem was the valide sultan , who often owned large landed estates in her own name and controlled them through black eunuch servants. Able to give orders directly to the grand vizier, her influence on the sultan, on the selection of his wives and concubines, and on matters of state was often profound. The Third Court is entered through the Gate of Felicity . The sultan’s private domain, it was staffed ...
... on one wall of the interior.
We both found the mixture of Christianity and Islam within the Hagia Sophia an interesting combination. It was set up like a mosque, but also had remnants of decorations it had when it was still a church, before its ...
... we finished in Troia we headed back to Istanbul. We arrived in Istanbul about
5ish and were pretty thirsty so we headed out some refreshments. Taniel still
was not feeling well…(I’m writing this 5 days after this has happened and she
is still sick…my poor baby), so we grabbed some maccas and headed home early.
Wish I had stayed out because by all accounts Cobey was in some form, which she
payed for the next day.
Our final day in ...
... ever come out dancing on tables I am unsure..roll with it though). But hey...I am abroad, with mates I have made travelling (..and still eating copious amounts of cake) and having completely new experiences.
Edging the first half of 'Australian' birthday (one of the best thing about having your birthday abroad is the timezone differences) was our adventure to Pammukale. A recently named UNESCO site, translating as a 'Cotton Castle' which ...
... after my return home, but this has been a little more time consuming that I'd thought it'd be.
This is my recap and through it I'm letting you know that I've edited and added the previous entries, and filled in the missing entries, I've also uploaded many pictures and in time I'll upload albums to my Facebook page. I hope that following my travels through this travel blog has not been too cumbersome.
Your comments are appreciated.