Up and away at 7.30am short drive to ferry port, very short trip to other side. Lots of souviner sellers on the ferry, there's no escaping them! Short drive to Gallipoli, road was getting fixed, so we walked to Anzac cove (which is 5kms from where they were supposed to land), very emotional place with the graves facing the sea, when you look at the dates on some of the tombstones some didn't even last a day, they died on 25th April. We first visied the Lone pine (Australian) memorial called so because of the lone pine tree there which still stands, this area is the battlefield where they were at war. We then visited the 57th Turkish battalion memorial where Ataturk ordered them to die defending their country. Our last stop was to Chunuck bair which ws the NZ/Turkish memorial paid our respects to fallen when we found their graves, Mark had brought some stones from home so he put them on the NZ graves, very touching. They we travelled 300kms back to Istanbul. Had our final meal with our group, will miss them, great meal and Dave shouted wine as it was his birthday. Alcohol is very expensive in Turkey because it is a Muslim country predominatly.