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Tonielle's European Adventure "It's always better on holiday, so much better on holiday. That's why we only work when... we need the money." - Franz Ferdinand


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Lightning Clouds & Midget Porters

Friday, 20 Nov 2009 | Views [1173] | Comments [1]

East Turkey So after an amazing night bus (note the sarcasm), Justin and I arrived in Malayta (or more like were dumped at the side of a main road) at seven in the morning. After finding some breakfast, we followed the “Tourism Info” signs through ... Read more >

Tags: diyarbakir, gaziantep, malayta, mount nemrut

Turkey adventures - hospital visits, horse capers and rock climbing!

Sunday, 1 Nov 2009 | Views [1160]

Selçuk to Capadocia. After Gallipoli, I had an eight-hour bus to Selçuk where I stayed at a fantastic hostel called Allita’s Getaway. I had one day of sightseeing out to a small fruit wine town called Siringe, and saw a few ruins in town and then ... Read more >

Tags: capadocia, dervish soldiers, ephesus, fethieye, flinstones, goreme, horse riding, hospital visits, konya, selçuk

Walking in the shoes of the Gallipoli ANZACS

Sunday, 18 Oct 2009 | Views [3144] | Comments [1]

I’ve always been fascinated and horrified by the story of the ANZACS of Gallipoli, and today I had the chance to relive the story on a tour of the battlefields in Gallipoli, Turkey. Our tour guide Bülent is one of the best, (the Australian Government ... Read more >

Tags: anzacs, ecebat, gallipoli, history, turkey, war memorials, world war one

London to Istanbul - West to East

Wednesday, 14 Oct 2009 | Views [1112]

After almost three months in Lagos, Portugal working behind a Portuguese bar, I left the warm beautiful beaches (where I’d only seen rain twice) to get on a plane that landed in a rainy, cold London. I spent a week here, staying with Leah who I met ... Read more >

Tags: aya sophia, bacilica cistern, blue mosque, bosphorus, grand bazaar, istanbul, london, taxim square, turkey



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