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Last night was the first manic coach tour arrival; we had 20 minutes to book balloon flight, get into room, grab bag, etc before heading to a 700 year old place of worship to witness the whirling dervishes. My bag was late and the power supply in room cut off after 1 minute. Not ideal. So a rush to the coach and out into the country. This is another example of the Insight difference. We had the best viewing seats and after the performance we stayed ...
... like Christmas decorations. Just as magical or more. We see the lay of the land. Plan a bike route for later in the day. We wave at an old couple drying grapes. We are told to assume landing positions. We prepare we brace ourselves and wait. After a minute Ozman barks "good, just practise" everyone stands straight and sees the wisdom in his madness. It took some time before everyone was in position. A few minutes go by and it's Ozman again. ...
... without any sense of jealousy, I can honestly say that there are many better looking American men. But I guess, it was just his day, because this group of four girls, pretty good looking themselves, literally mobbed him. He took photos with them all, while they were gushing how good looking he was. When he asked one of their names, she started telling the others to back off because he clearly prefers her. :) Finally they took his last name, and promised to ...
... around nearly 100 tunnels. The locals still use some of these tunnels for storage and stables which they access through their courtyards.
The city goes down for eight levels but we only went down to level four. There were a lot of guides wanting to show us the city but we said we would find our own way. We went down through some long passages into some tiny rooms and the air was very still! The next tunnel was almost a hands and ...
... in his car back on the highway (I have a big Pakistani Truck ride flashback!!!) to stop at a road restaurant 5km later. He orders me food served in a house like chaighana! So much for not being able to communicate haha. We end up talking about car makes in sign language most of the time hihi.
On my way to Cappadocia I take the scenic route along smaller roads. Asking for directions ends up in having tea and lunch with a German speaking Turk, who has lived ...