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Today I woke up at 5 am and said my goodbyes to my parents. I've been staying with them for almost 3 months now and it's been amazing to see them again. It may be a while before I see them, but when i do it will most likely be in their newly finished house.
When i get to the airport I'm one of about ten people there. I had a row to myself on the plane and the views over Corfu were amazing. I drifted off and by the time i woke ...
... Mudanya Armistice Museum, which is located in the house where an important armistice was signed by Turkey, France, and England in 1922 that was a major step in Turkey's War of Independence. I think I'll try to get the rest of my day trips taken care of this weekend so that I can enjoy the last few days in the city without too much of a schedule :).
Unfortunately, the image-loading feature isn't working at the moment, so I'll try and get some pictures uploaded tomorrow!
... restaurants and were approached by the touts all brandishing their menus, we avoided their attempts to get us inside to eat. We walked away from the front into the small village, there isn't a lot here, there is a castle on top of the hill, our book says it is so dilapidated and unsafe that it is not worth a visit. There are a few tourist shops and a couple if local food shops, the rest of the village is taken up with a naval training site, ...
... home by Byblos Bakery. Even though Turkey is the birthplace of baklava, I think I just happen to like the knockoff North American versions better!
Perhaps it's because I'm like the Canadian that thinks the best Chinese foods are ginger beef and sweet and sour chicken balls, even though they know it's nothing like authentic Chinese food. Or perhaps it's because I'm not enlightened or pure enough to fully understand the Baklava ...
... a lot worse if it hadn't. It was cold overnight but we were expecting it to be a lot colder. We were talking to one guy who had been before and said that it was actually warmer than previous years. The Dawn service itself was a lot shorter than we were expecting and we thought that the service we had done on the Western Front Tour last year was a bit more moving than the one at Gallipoli. Even though just being there at Dawn on that day and seeing the landscape that the ...