Kervansaray Canakkale Hotel
Travel Blogs from Canakkale
After 4 amazing weeks, we waved goodbye to Istanbul. This is the first time we've caught a bus on our trip. The bus system in Turkey is very good; thousands of buses crisscross the country every day, leaving at regular intervals. We caught a shuttle bus from Taksim Square, about a 10 minute walk from our apartment. Normally, this walk is not arduous but dragging our luggage over the cobblestones and steep hills made it so (I think I have to jettison some stuff!) and we arrived with just ...
... These Turks love messing with your head.
... by side,
Here in this country of ours.
You, the mothers, who sent their sons from far away countries ...
Wipe away your tears.
Your sons are now lying in our bosom and are in peace.
After having lost their lives on this land, they have
Become our sons as well.
As we look past the stone and to the area around us there are pilgrims sprawled all around. Sitting amongst the trees and gravestones all waiting with nervous excitement to enter ...
... of Bali! So many Aussies and kiwis spilling out of this pub onto the street, playing two up, all mingling and having plenty of beers. The locals looked shocked! Haha, we blocked the streets and cars were struggling to make their way through. It was chaos. I left at 3 am as I was tired and not too keen to stay out because I felt it wasn't going to end well. The others stayed. It was a great night, apart from dodgy cabbies trying to rip us off. We found a decent one and made it safe n sound. ...
... were lots of people there though. We then stopped at a place called Lone Pine Australian Memorial, it was a place for Australian soldiers to rest, they had one big concrete tribute to the soldiers and plaques all around with the names of the soldiers. I then wrote my name in a visitors book. We stopped a Turkish Memorial but we didn't know the name of it. We went to a place ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking