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The curates egg.
Good in places.
Not so good in others.
So, from the safety of far away
Laurence (Bin Ridin) put at hex on us. Motoring along at a fairly
strong pace we were apprehended by the local constabulary or the
Jandarma Traffik as they are known here. After almost an hour at the
roadside we were presented …
... for underground living reminded me of Chu Chi tunnels in Vietnam. Similar amazing ingenuity to live underground and be able to disguise smoke coming out from cooking fires. Unfortunately rain and wind meant we were not able to go hot air ballooning after being ready in the foyer at 6am. Since there was a fatal accident last year the government has regulated the industry in relation to the number ...
After all the ancient ruins, the focus changed to amazing natural wonders. We headed away from the coast to the inland town of Pammukale. The calcium terraces were nothing short of amazing. The ruins of the town Hieropolis are behind the terraces, and have only been partially excavated. The terraces were white, and have pools which fill with water from springs. These pools were a brilliant aqua colour. The hotel had a thermal pool which was very relaxing, and later in the evening ...
... in Argentina. I was fine with being chauffeured. We drove down back dirt roads in small towns, found cemeteries, horses, other roaming tourists.The entire region is meant to be explored and you can pretty much go anywhere you'd like.
We hiked through Fairy Valley which we ballooned over earlier. Fairy chimneys, as they call them, jet up out of the sand and have tiny windows and ancient worn step holes to the top. Others look ...
... we spent the night in the aptly named Grand Anzac Hotel in Canakkale. Day 4 - Troy and Pergamum Troy . . . where Brad Pitt ruined a good story. Not far from the Dardanelles is the ruins of Troy a UNESCO world heritage site and home of the famed Trojan Horse and Helen of Troy. At the entry is a tacky giant wooden horse for climbing into, it detracts from the site. We learn about Troy's fascinating ancient history, including its connection to Homer’s Odyssey. ...