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... it very boring. After that we caught the bus to Ephesus and we looked round it was so cool they had rebuilt some of it and we saw the plumbing that the Romans had done in the bible times, it was cool because the English in that time just chucked there poo and wee out the window while the Romans had plumbing and all that stuff. Then we went to a leather factory that was really ...
At the mouth of the river is Iztuzu Beach. This beach is world renowned because it is where loggerhead turtles lay their eggs in the spring to be hatched in summer. It's a protected beach - people are allowed on the beach in the summer but only in certain areas. The turtles should be hatching in the next week or two and will be making their way to the ocean.
As we motored through the marsh back to town, ...
... stand point! It was really nice and quite beautiful! Then the guard came back to tell them that what they are doing is forbidden! Even though the guard was a stickler, this entire experience of singing and watching the Koreans sing, was unforgettable!
This is more then likely the last time I will be able to ever sing my Turkish pieces in Turkey, for in a couple days we will be heading off to Greece!
This is still only the ...
... horse is the movie prop gifted to the town by Brad Pitt after the epic movie "Troy" had been released.
At midday we drove onto the ferry for the 20 minute crossing to Eceabat, the nearest town to Anzac Cove. Again, because there is no campsite, we are staying at a backpacker hotel called "Crowded House", 30 Euro with an ensuite again! And believe it or not, we were given room 304 (same as at Jimmy's) - what a ...
... else brings joy to my shriveled heart, I will still love clambering over condemned and decommissioned locomotives. Oh, how I clambered.
Yes, I'm 30 years old and alone on the far side of the world with thousands of dollars.
No, there is litterally nothing I'd rather be doing with my day.
Childhood impulses thus temporarily sated, I embarked the long dark journey into the heart of Turkey to a region known as Cappadocia.