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... The city itself is only 18%25 excavated and restoration is going on to different parts. Our tour guide took us to many different parts of the city and gave us a lot of information about what it was like to live there. We also took lots of pictures. I wish I could write down all the different buildings we saw but we spent two hours walking around and made a least ten stops. If I could remember all that information I would be a tour guide! I ...
... sang "Entarysi," which I was nervous about because I didn't have the music. I'll admit there were a couple parts I missed because I lost my place and we as a group sounded off pitch. I think that having all that space and people not feeling well contributed to that. "Long Time Ago," sounded a bit rough because we were flat at parts and I know I had a hard time getting my breathing timed right, but we managed to pull through. For "Sing Me to Heaven" I think we sounded nice but once ...
... Turkish lunch.
The rest of the afternoon was incredibly powerful and moving. Our great guide took first explained how this land has only been a National Park since 1979 (thought it would of been longer to be honest).
On the tour, we stopped at Brighton Beach, the Beach Cemetery (1 of 31 on the peninsula and where the John Simpson Kirkpatrick grave is situated), Monarch Valley, Anzac Cove, the Ari Burnu Cemetery, the 'new' ANZAC memorial grounds (where the service ...
We took a city tour, nothing to really see, no ornate buildings, no rug making,no market,we were bussed got to see some ruins at an archaeology site. And a museum, Izmir was a waste . 4 million people in Izmir 16 million in Instanbul far too many ...
... bus that's been our 'home' since Gaziantep. We drive on through the community and head up Mt. Pagos for a hillside view of the harbor and the town below us, though it is pretty hazy. We stop off in a small cafe for a coke or a coffee and relax for a bit on their open balcony before heading out to the hotel to check in. Nearly every inch of the hillside below us is covered with buildings, the smaller homesteads surround us at the top, leading down to the water and the high ...