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... he was proud of ‘His Fort’. We could see why the original itinerary had us visiting here first because the video and displays gave an excellent overview of the Gallipoli campaign or Dardanelles campaign as it is known in Turkey. Given that the weather was drizzly today, we were very pleased that the order had been reversed.
We finally went into the mine layer. The crew had been from Turkey but the mines were German and they had controlled the placement. We ...
... it in one piece. The campsite is on a ridge with the Black Sea a few metres north. unfortunately we don't have a view and neither did we have a paddle. It's a pay beach and over weekends the terrify is Euro 10. Definitely not in our budget.
Sunset was stunning. The seafront restaurants are pricey - you pay for the position. At the top of the hill, less than 100metres away the 'street food' is ...
... there was a few things certainly making the visit worthwhile. These included the "sword of David", the staff Moses used to part the Red Sea, a moulded footprint of the prophet Mohammad, and one of the worlds largest diamonds. It's lunch time and after convincing our guide that we weren't going to the cafeteria in Topkapi Palace (where he probably got a kick back), he punished us with a 2 or 3 km walk down towards the port where he took us to one of the best Turkish restaurants ...
... coffee "to vomit you in the face"...meaning you need to talk!! Gonja gave us an eating guide book entitled the "Cultural Backyards of Istanbul.". This formed many enjoyable and amusing hours of trying to find restaurants, Turkish delight houses etc amongst the back streets of differing areas of Istanbul as nominated in the book. We visited places off the beaten tracks...like the Kurdish part to eat a special lamb dish. (We wondered what ...
Today it was raining again and the temp was 13 degree. It is suppose to get better tomorrow, here's hoping. Had a early night yesterday and it could barely keep my eyes open at 5:30. Sleep we'll until 3, then in and out of sleep. I heard the call to prayer it was around 5:30 am but not that loud so it did not wake me. Took 2 different tours today the first was Dolmabahce Palace and the second Beylerbeyi Palace. The tour guide for the first was not one of ...