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We all understand the significance of April 25th 1915 and the impact felt on our country. To say we have now visited Gallipoli and understand that little bit more is something special. Being on the Penisula you really get a sense of what the ANZAC's faced paritularly on the 1st landing. Bunkers remain and you can make out the difference between the …
O nome dele era Çitin (lê-se Tchitin). Super prestativo, muito simpático, arrumou o guia logo que chegamos, ajudou a abrir a mala da minha mãe, que tinha esquecido a chave do cadeado em Santos e, por último intermediou a conversa com o rapaz da locadora que foi nos levar o carro, e que não falava uma palavra em inglês. Pois não é que na hora …
After a nice lie in, we breakfasted, packed and headed out for a wander before our bus departed. The trip at 1230 was going to take 7 hours but this included a break at ...where most of the group of 10 took a tour around the site of Pergamum.
We, being toured out for the time being chose to cool our heels in the small cafe on top of the …
Early start from the hotel - we thought we were doing well until the bus arrived at 6:30 am and not 6:45 so we hurriedly finished our packing, hopped on, bussed around collecting a few more tourists for the day and we were off to Chanakele, 5.5 hrs on well kept freeways (mostly). We took a toilet break at a roadside cafe which, curiously, happened …
And so today brought us to our tour of Troy, with Izzet the "professional, English and French speaking guide. With heavy accent he spoke to us of Troy being the Power of Centre, of Wig trees of Jason saving a lady who was tied to a rug, rexcuaited pavid entwanses and of course, the garden elves. It was a fantastic tour and we would have been silly …
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