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That being said, the last couple of days have had their fill of adventures, and I'm glad to finally sit down and be able to post about them! On Saturday I left Ankara and flew to Thessaloniki, Greece, where I'll be based for a few days before heading back to Istanbul. I planned my time based around what I needed to see in this area, and ended up scheduling an extra day here just in case anything else came up that I needed to see or I had any trouble ...
... seaweed that was really dense. At first I thought they were sea eggs.
The highlight of the day would have to be the herd of about 40 goats that crossed the road in front of us. Every goat had a large bell around its neck and the music from these bells was amazing. It was like someone was playing the xylophone! We stopped and listened for about ten minutes. Some of the larger goats were standing on their hind legs and eating out of the trees!
... apples, read as 'heavily pock-marked' into a bag for us, then dried figs, and pomegranates, despite us saying, no thanks, no more. Then he had the cheek to charge us 7.8 euro, but as usual David had developed this wonderful rapport with him, so how could I call him a cheat and a thief! We paid the money and laughed and drove off with a bag of rotten fruit and 7.8 euro lighter. At least we didn't buy the alcohol in ...
... proceed to the top deck the game was back in and the Netherlands were one up. After some uncomfortable dozing, fidgeting and pacing about we arrived in Santorini. We awoke from our semi decent 'nap' (5 hrs doesn't really count as a sleep right?!) the bus took us back down to the port ready to catch the 11:30am ferry to Ios. Jed has some long time friends here at the moment, and I think I'm right in saying that Brett has been here for a while now and his sister, Kate has done ...
... each other. It was a very moving place and it was great to learn more about it and have a better understanding as it is a big part of New Zealand history.
The next day we went to Troy. The story behind Troy was cool but the site itself was a bit of a disappointment. There was not much there just a pile of fallen rocks. Next was the Pergamon, another set of ruins. The next two nights we stayed in a place called attillers. It was ...