During my stint in Turkey I tried to partake in every traditional cultural activity – from the food to the relaxation.
One of the things that I (and 3 other girls) tried was the Turkish bath. Also known as the Hamam, it is a place for relaxation or cleansing.
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Over the last few weeks I have been able to strike a few things off my Bucket List
Turkey is an amazing country, relatively new in itself, but the every part of the big country is full of history.
A friend and I decided to embark upon a Busabout Tour in time for the 99th ANZAC Day Commemorations on the peninsula where it originated.
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Step 1: Be Australian
Step 2: Pretend your from which ever state they love the most
Step 3: Be friendly
Step 4: Stress the fact that you are extremely poor
Step 5: Be confident enough to go somewhere with a stranger*
* a big judgement call, but we found nearly everyone in Turkey to be super hospitable and friendly.
I have just gotten back from an amazing 3 week adventure travelling around the sites of Turkey.
I will be doing in depth posts on the different aspects of my trip, but for now some photo highlights:
|Balloon flight over Cappadoccia
|Fairy Chimneys of Cappadoccia
|Lone Pine Memorial, ANZAC Day 2014