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... Greek, opens to a research department of the university. We visited the site of Roman ruins in a farmer's field at Sobessos. The farmer found a pillar while tilling the soil in his field in 2002. The authorities ignored it when he reported it! When he next found mosaics they did react, but unfortunately money funding the excavation has run out for the present. We could see the bath house, even the heating stones, and a large meeting room and grave ...
... lots of laughing with our newest BFFS being Bob, Melanie, Jim, Bonnie and Denis (see picture) and "Derek" who whilst as dumb as wood, was not a bad bloke. I am a tad worried cos Digby has his card in his wallet. Mmmmmmm.
But then again, I too have the charm to woo the same sex . Honest! We were at the bar when this women with very short hair and tradie type clothes comes up to me and hit on me. Bluntly. Guess what Digby did? For those of you who say ...
... industrial fans filling it with air. Once the balloon had enough air in it, we quickly climbed into the basket, had a short safety briefing and were off. Our pilot did a great job of pointing out things below, as well as showing us how well he could control the up/down motion of the balloon. The views from the balloon were stunning and it was an amazing feeling to be suspended below a big balloon, drifting silently on the wind. I wouldn’t hesitate to ...
... this is because they are made with pork but there's no Turkish equivalent. So we are getting bored with what we can cobble together for lunch here. Today was slightly different because I managed to find some pizza style rolls with a bit of cheese and sliced tomato on top. When we returned I found Chris having a nap on the floor of the prayer room, hugging a giant cushion. I needn't have worried he's happiest when eating or sleeping. Then ...
... of the Gallipoli battlefields and ANZAC cove, very interesting to see the area, especially the famous cove and the trenches. Our guide was pretty good, telling us the stories of comeraderie between the soldiers on both sides, who often traded food and smokes when they weren't trying to shoot each other. Humbling experience for us.
Left Eceabat the next day - not much to do there and the place probably wouldn't exist if not for WW1 or the ferry we took to the Asian side ...
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