Winters Chilling Tales # 67

Day 107 This place is stunning. We woke up to paradise. We woke to find that there were not many visitors in the camping ground and it was just so peaceful.   It was postcard perfect, not a breez...

Winters Chilling Tales # 66

Day 106 Troy visit. We went to the ruins of Troy this morning. It is definitely not in Greece. We drove the camper up to the entrance and parked out front and got stung 10TL which is 5AUD. We should h...

Winters Chilling Tales # 65

Day 105 Gallipoli, Dardanelles, Anzac Cove, Lone Pine. Summer and I woke up at 0600, before the girls and drove straight away for Cannakale. It was a long and picturesque drive south. The roads are t...

Winters Chilling Tales # 64

Day 104 Camp-er-man Day We have really enjoyed our little hotel stay in Istanbul. We were only supposed to stay 1 night and have ended up staying 3 nights, when you include the sleep we had on arrival...

Winters Chilling Tales # 63

Day 103 Blue Mosque / Hagia Sophia After a good nights sleep we caught up on some school work in the morning before heading out 1300 for the Blue Mosque. Caught the metro around and was greeted by the...

5 Cheapest Days of Our Lives

How cheap can we really travel? Stretching our sinking Aussie dollar has become our holiday obsession. We enjoy seeing the results of our frugal existence and then in turn feel justified when we indu...

Winters Chilling Tales # 62

Day 102 Arrive Istanbul / Labour Day It was 12 degrees at 0115 when we touched down at the airport so once we grabbed our bags we did a quick change in to some warm clothes. We then cleared customs ...

Winters Chilling Tales # 61

Exit Asia – or is it? Day 100 New Delhi too many people staring. Not much happening this morning, we just let the girls have a well-deserved sleep in. A little bit of school before venturing out...