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Leaving Istanbul tomorrow for Gallipoli so last night. In the seriously lovely Ritz Carlton. All the 'single' travellers were treated to a dinner out at a very smart restaurant up in one of the OSHA neighbourhood. It took as 45 minutes to get there in the peak hour traffic and only 12 minutes to get back. One of my abiding memories of Istanbul will be traffic - chaotic barely dies it justice - I am ...
... our newfound friends adieu - our departures are spread over the next two days according to what we're each doing next.
A few of us decided to have one last nightcap on the terrace - the bar was closed but they had little bottles of wine in the pantry so we each got one of them and they brought us some glasses. I think it must have been close to 1am when we got up to bed. Stage 2 of this big trip over - and what a great stage it was.
... to make do with the bathroom counters!
The flight to Istanbul was great, smooth landing, on time. And both boys slept the whole way. I actually watched 3 movies. This time I made sure Zach sat with Godwin while I put Zane in between Grandma and me. Did not want a repeat performance of the previous flight. We arrived in Istanbul and I was confused which line to join (we had a visa already and there were queues for visa on arrivals). We walked further than necessary and had ...
... about 5,000 others. Throughout the night traditional music, war documentaries and messages from our countries representatives were played.
As dawn was upon us the ceremony began with the sound of the last post, which created an eery silence. As the sun gradually rose the mountains behind us and the shore below us lite up. The Turkish, Australian and New Zealand National Anthems were played as the flags from each country ascended. Needless to say, I felt very proud to ...
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