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4 am wake up today for a 4.30 am departure for Hot Air Balloon ride over the fairy chimneys! It was fantastic. I had been nervous about doing this given all the disaster stories you hear about ballooning gone wrong and only decided right at the last minute that I would indeed go ahead. So glad I did, given we landed safely! …
It is illegal for Turkish people to bad mouth Ataturk, which may be why everyone thinks he is great. Any other leader, they can say what they like about him, but not Ataturk. We started the day with a visit to his Mausoleum, then drove for about 5 hours to get to Cappadocia.
... a fairyland.
Since I last came through here nearly forty years ago there have been over 100 hotels built into the hillsides and caves. Hot air ballooning and trekking are the most popular activities. In summer there can be 100 hot air balloons in the air at the same time, but in winter there may only be 30.
The fairy chimneys are the result of lava ash, wind and water erosion for hundreds of ...
... a mud mask. Next, they led us (5 women) into the sauna for 15 minutes. No one came for us, so around 15 minutes, I led the way to a large room with showers, stall with sinks and a large pool. It seemed like they said we should walk the mud off, so, again, I led the way to the mud removal. I was the first one into the main room. Ok, here is where you must let go of your modesty! There was one woman already there and I was directed to remove ...
... other valley, meandered around the stark white hill side (very hard to see the dips as it's all white on white), and headed back down for yet another shopping opportunity. I got a glass of fresh squeezed orange juice for 5 TL and later realized it was only 4 + 1 for the toilet.
We toured the underground city of Kaymakli. It was a refuge for the local people when Arab/Mongol/Roman aggressors were in the neighborhood. It is similar ...