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... as the Vatican of the east. In its day the dome of Hagia Sofia was one of the most sophisticated structures in the world. It was the greatest dome in the world for 1000 years and influenced architecture for centuries!
The girls were impressed by this church as well, but they didn''t last much more than an hour or so after we had dragged them through the carpet museum and the tombs of the sultans.
Hopefully we will see the Topkapi Palace today.
... less juice, more body. And some of it has so much garlic you are feeling it all day......but, boy, is it GOOD!
Oktay also introduced us to Turkish ice cream. We had seen that man holding it on a stick when we ate lunch at Sirincem. It is very thick and they "pull" it kind of like taffy. When it was served to all of us it was in slices of ...
... and coolangatta about 20 years ago! Nothing there and gritty. Steph and I had to kill 2 hours as we waiting for Kell. So we sat in the sun and painted our nails. Also vibered home, at least they had good wifi! Then it was time to head to feithye! Met our group and boarded ship. Bit of a rough sail towards the 12 islands but we made it and have been relaxing and jumping off the boat into the water. So peaceful, relaxing and 16 people for some great company. Good start to the tour this ...
... Style. Therefore we chose the place with no sprukers and ate there. It was an early night since a) everyone was exhausted and b) there's not much of a true nightlife in Istanbul, given its a Muslim country. The following morning Ivan said to Vlad... Australia and Poland have officially signed off on a memorandum of understanding in relation to friendship. We'll miss you Geish Ode to the Geisha Hey Geish, it's been a lot of fun ...
... an homage to the history of Turkish art - it was set up by decade and walked you through the major Turkish artists and movements of each through current day. The basement held the current exhibit, a retrospective on Turkish Artist, Erol Akyavaş who has been making art for over 60 years. It was interesting to see how he has morphed over time. There was an interesting photography exhibit of photographers' personal photos, but the only thing I ...