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We spent the day learning how to dance, strolling on the promenade, and exploring the ship.
Dinner was black tie optional, and many people took up the option. There was a fabulous array of gowns including a large Japanese contingent in traditional dresses. Dinner was again amazing and ...
... which had a plaster model of the topography and all the battle sights. The British first sent in their battleships which several were promptly sunk and two months later tried to land troops at Cape Helles point in April 1915. Surprise, surprise the Turkish army was waiting for them and had increased it's force by six fold in the intervening two months. You can see where this is ...
... because it was deserted, but later realized that there just aren't any other tourists
6. we are the ONLY guests at our hotel
7. there is little bargaining power when you are the only guests, because if we weren't there, the owner would get the night off
8. we were chased down a street by a dear old grandmother who tried to get us to rent her daughter's spare room (we had already rented our other place for the ...
... the Dardanelles and then down to the end of the peninsula, Cape Hellas. After that it was time for lunch and a visit to a new museum on the campaign which contained many artefacts from the time.
Next we visited Anzac Cove which really brought home what the soldiers in 1915 faced - a torrid and deadly dangerous situation amongst spectacular yet unforgiving terrain. We spent some ...
... we really were struggling with our loads and any planning was undone by these unexpected burdens - (as nice as they were to receive) - I guess a little like the arrival at Anzac Cove in 1915.
What we saw came as a huge surprise. We had all thought we'd get a nice little spot on the grass, lay out our plastic ground sheets (we'd been warned of ticks on the grass), and form a little group. Huh. The grassy area was jam packed with sleeping bags and the ...