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... and dogs, as well as some donkeys and horses. A new crop of wheat has been planted which accounts for much of the greenness, but tomatoes, strawberries, vegetables and watermelons are grown later in the same fields as the soil is so fertile. We also passed almond groves, all white with blossom, and apple orchards. Our lovely guide tells us that Turkey is self-sufficient when it comes to food production. The further south we traveled the more spectacular ...
... have all been excellent. We decided to go to the Istanbul talk this morning (they replay them on your TV on a loop) which lasted about an hour. Next up Paulie and I parted ways - Paul to a talk on gems and me to fulfill my inner loin dancing (oops!!) line dancing fantasy! Spent half an hour with Jason and about 20 others doing the grapevine and foot stomp and heel tap to 'Achy Breaky Heart' and others. Two left feet?? ...
... baked under the instruction of our Italian chef. After an hour
of scenic cruising towards the Dardanelles, we
turned south east and begun our journey to Santorini.
The rest of the day was
spent watching the various islands go past, interjected with the occasional
On ANZAC Day in 1985, the
name ‘Anzac Cove’ was officially recognised by the Turkish government.
... French ship Bouvet. Could not find the story on this.
We have finished the tour now and my feet are telling me about the distance we have walked. We covered about 40 miles over the 4 days, some up the hills and somewhat less down the slopes and ridges. There is often a short bus ride after lunch as we move to new start point for the afternoon.
I'm in the plane flying back to the UK and I am finishing this section with a very potted summary; the two highlight walks of the seven.
We start each day with an ...