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... a pipe in the wall which doesn't seem to have a faucet, so there is about ¾ inch of water on the floor, ultimately trickling down the hole where the toilet should
have been. Assuming it's broken, I just close the door and open door #2. Same scene – BUT a woman has come in behind me wearing a burka. She goes into door #1. I am now behind door #2. I can hear wardrobe adjustments being made. I can see her feet (in the ¾ of running water) facing the back wall and ...
Today was another long bus trip day.
The highlight was the stop at the Greek and Roman cultural centre of Pergamon in Bergama. Another very impressive Amphitheatre.
There were road works going on in Bergama and our bus driver got lost, so we ended up driving through some back streets which turned out to be rather interesting. We drove past one of these ...
Woke 6.30am left 8.00am temperature 33 for those in Canberra. Ha ha ha. Travelled to Gallipoli and went Lone Pine Cemetery and the battlefields, including Anzac Cove and Chunuk Bair. Achieved childhood dream of seeing Gallipoli. Down side not enough time to explore by yourself. Took ferry across ...
... cove we we able to snorkel on one of the wrecks that was down there. It was good swimming. We could also see the shore and the people walking around Anzac cove. It happened that we were out there when a Contiki bus dove past and lots of people got off and one of the guys from the Contiki Greek island hopping (Conner) was on it.
After swimming, we got back on the boat and headed back to the boat dock, we got on the bus and headed to the simulation center. Here we saw ...
... in the dark. By 10am about 4500 men were ashore and within 2 days 19000 were ashore but then things got tricky. The Turks counter attacked with reinforcements and then the ANZACS dug in well short of their original objectives. This was essentially how it stayed for the next 9 months with attack and counter attack being how things progressed, with huge casualties and no real ground gained. The terrain at ANZAC cove is almost terrifying. I can't imagine trying to walk up the ...