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... heart of the town, at the waterfront, there stands an amazing actual scale reconstruction of the front line trenches only meters apart, along side this was a scaled map of the peninsula with all significant sites pinpointed and a Turkish monument. After a look around we made our way to beech cemetery then onto Anzac cove, Ariburnu cemetery followed by north beech, which was still in the process ...
... the Australian Defence force do a speech. Soon he left, then different students from religious schools in New Zealand and Australia gave speeches from the bible. The Mayor of Gallipoli then came and gave a speech in Turkish which was converted to English. Then came the 2 minutes of silence, which was wrecked by disrespectful Turkish people, some running around, some talking on their phones, some taking photos right in front of us, really disappointing it was. Then ...
It's the 24th of April 2015 - the countdown is over ! Its a 5.15 am wake up call, quick shower and coffees and we are on our way !
We registered as bus number 42 at the first checkpoint wahoo ! We all then got issued wristbands (black for Kiwis and yellow for Ozzies) Leanne was the 111th kiwi registered, Carne 112th and Teresa 131st.
From here we headed to Eceabat for lunch and shopping, where we were stopped briefly ...
... major event in a few days time, and they are not officially open, no Turkish "Kenny" would stand between relief and a bunch of Australian tourists with full bladders. The smart guys just tape them up like a murder scene (which they may be early in the 25th). There have been a few dramas. I'm not sure that all if these are in fact true - the ship is like a village - rumour and chance conversation is the only way we find out what is happening, but it isn't always ...
... profusely flowering trees in a deep pink. We wandered down to the Beach Cemetery, where Simpson is buried. The water of the Aegean Sea glistens in the sun, the grass is green and the birds chirp. A peaceful and beautiful place to be buried (well, at least until the next busload of tourists arrives). From the beach, we climbed Plugge's Plateau via the cemetery in Shrapnel Valley. Fairly easy now on a track, but the scrub is thick and we can't imagine fighting your way up here. ...