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... office. There are 30 or more companies offering hot air ballooning in Cappadocia, and based on Serdar’s recommendation we opted for this smaller company for their highly qualified and experienced pilots, and the price was about the average (EUR 130 pp). We could have forgone the pre-balloon breakfast (who feels like eating at 5am?!), but I think this stop was mainly to get together everyone’s paperwork and details. They split us into a few groups and drove us a few ...
... and candlesticks ready to be lit when this soft evening light fades away. The polished stone floors are littered with warm Turkish rugs and our orange and brown silk bedspread glows in the last rays of the sun streaming through our two tiny windows, cut out of the solid rock. I walk down two steps to an ante room with a covered archway and an ancient timbered ceiling - more rugs and lamps with a ruggedly carved chest in a corner. In front of me are two ...
... river with cattle crossing it,and we stopped and had lunch there with a Shepard and his son who although we had no common language between us,made us hot tea and we shared food. All these Eastern people have so very little compared with us Westerners and yet are prepared to give you whatever they have,I feel so very humble! On the road again,I try to follow sat nav and map,we pass a tiny village,and abit further on the road disappears into A ...
... were magnificent. Even though the route was more difficult, it kind of made it more fun and special. We saw birds of prey, butterflies and even a couple of turtles. Sheer magic! Neil, Karen and Yan waded across the river. Victoria and I patiently kept on until we found a place where the river narrowed and we couple leapfrog over some rocks. Patience is a virtue?
We enjoyed a well ...
... around the city from mosque to mosque, soaring and descending. It sends a shiver up the spine that church bells could never match (not thinking of converting though). These guys actually compete each year in the equivalent of The Voice. Next day we met up with the NZ friends we made on the tour and decide to do a day ferry tour of the Bosporus. It was an interesting we got to see the Istanbul mansions built on the water front and learn that most to of the ...