So what did we do? Well we spent the morning poking about the various ANZAC memorials on the Gallipoli peninsula.Again, it's now a really peaceful place and hard to believe that such a bitter battle was fought here. But it was, and that's what all the stuff is for.
But at least I didn't do this.
We spent the next 10 mins pulling it out of 30cms of mud. Couldn't have done that with a bigger bike. Got a bit muddy ourselves too,esp the boots.
Went past this place on the way to the port. Shame we didn't spot this as we would definitely have stayed here instead of in town.(look second bottom on the sign)
Then caught the ferry across The Dardenalles. to Asia.
Only cost two quid each, and we met a gang of Goldwing riding Austrians on board,. They were really cool, good blokes , and seemed very amused with what we're up to.
However, they understood that not everybody can ride a golden Chinese scoot.
Spent the afternoon in Troy but never did catch up with Helen. However, her horse was nearby.
But we think its a lie. There was no such thing as the Trojan horse. It was cats that caused Troy to fall. Look.