This windswept land known as the likely setting for Wuthering Heights is also the final resting place of troubled writer Sylvia Plath.
Tony Wright is the associate editor and special writer for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald.
Spending 17 hours in economy class, flying 14,498 kilometres, is a challenge.
In a hellish nightmare of blood, mud and worse, thousands of Australians died alongside thousands more on Belgian and French soil.
Magnificent, though likely a once-in-a-lifetime indulgence for this traveller.
Tour operators have been accused of falsely advertising cruises that offer access to the Gallipoli Peninsula for the 2015 Anzac Day dawn service.
Fewer travellers have made the Anzac Day trek to Gallipoli than at any time in the last 14 years.