This is the place where the Trojan War was fiercely fought thousands of years ago. For long Troy was believed by many as a famous city existed only in Greek legend, until a German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann excavated it in 1873, about 32km from an Aegean coastal town, Çanakkale, Turkey. Except the occasional intrusion by troops of tourists, the present-day Troy to me is like a ghost city, where strong wind howling incessantly when I was there, as if Achilles was raging around still...