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... in Romanian) of Romania in general and
Sibiu in particular. Loose translation was provided by the duty manager, who
shared his enthusiasm for all things Romanian especially the current Romanian
national football team who he described as Legends.....well hardly legends I
had to say as this besmirched the soubriquet awarded to Crystal Palace and Hull
City players some years ago.
Romania is of course famous for Vlad the Impaler...the
... you walk in Turkey. Just when you think you are safe a otor bike will jump the curb and drive along the footpath to get to where they need to be that few seconds faster. And all that here in Canakkle, een worse in Istanbul.
A spot of repacking and then our final pre-dinner drinks with Ballards and Shaws. Dinner at 7.30pm featured roast beef. Very tasty. Back to room about 9pm with final repack and into bed.
Back to Istanbul airport tomorrow and on to ...
... new people, etc. By the end of of our traditional Turkish breakfast, it is decided Miss Serendipitous is also joining our road trip and coming to Istanbul with us so she can visit her sister and parents!
So because of my journey to Canakkale, I've gained two new extraordinary friends. Two complete strangers who turn out to be two of the kindest and honest people I've ever met! How lucky am I to have met these two and not be kidnapped, robbed or ...
... perfect looking down views sadly there was no chance.
I was surprised to hear that the ceremony with 10,000 Australians and New Zealands who came to celebrate the 100th Commineration was taken place there such a small place definitely would have been crowded and I understand they need for a Ballot. This year they are celebrating two 25th April (usual ANZAC Day), 6th August (for the Australians - when the soldiers reached Lone Pine) and 8th ...
... Russian Ports.
Anyway, lessen over...it was amazing to see how small an area sm many troops were crammed into & died during the 9 month campaign. Even now the fly population is high in the area. It must have been diabolical with all the dead bodies & poor sanitary conditions. Thank goodness for Ramadan the number of visitors on the day we were there was low. But the ...