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... down the countryside became greener, and the livestock returned to sheep and cows. At a village called Gulpinar we stopped for icecream and some other supplies. We saw signs to one of the ancient sights situated in the village and went to visit it, the ruins of Apollon Smitheon, a 2nd century BC temple to Appolo and Smitheon (Lord of the Mice). The site is still being excavated, but has some very good carved and inscribed relics. We set off ...
... from Eceabat to Canakkale. Easy. Our Lonely Planet Guide suggests that the Trojan Horse from the Brad Pitt movie, Troy, was more interesting than the model at Troy. It was hell to get a parking spot in Canakkale but did and walked over to check out the movie version of the Trojan horse on the broad harbor front promenade before heading south out of town.
Slept 500 meters from Ancient Troy ...
... and French soldiers were also very brave. Kutay said after lunch he would take us to the venue where the battle was fought. We were very exited.
After lunch our driver drove us down the Gallipoli peninsular and we went to the Gallipoli museum. The museum was great. We went from room to room learning about Gallipoli and hearing it in earphones. In some rooms they even gave us 3D glasses. I found the room about the ...
... were still in excellent condition. Unfortunately, we had specifically been told that visitors were not allowed to climb the walls. I listened :)
On the other side of the walls, we discovered the necropolis. The view over the city walls from the nearby hills was fantastic. We spent a little bit of time exploring every nook and cranny that looked substantial in the walls. The construction of the walls was well-executed. When we were in the ...
I have made it to Asia!
I crossed the strait, the divide between east & west, between Asia and Europe. I feel very proud through my own ability and determination to have made it to the end of the European continent and touched the surface of the great continent of Asia. To have followed along the footsteps of the Romans, Alexander the Great, Ted Simon and many others.