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... jealous and Alex gave the belly dancer a run for her money, don’t think she was expecting that at all. Aaron set me a challenge of getting him drunk which I think was quite successful, as by the end of the night he was just yelling raki in my face. I very unsuccessfully tried to take some of the free wine from the belly dancing cave and Steve went on what the photos show a kissing frenzy, he claims it was a licking frenzy but photos ...
Got off overnight bus (thank God) and took a cab with Jill and Monika to the airport. Said our goodbyes to the group and laughed about how tiny our tip was for Yenna. Had a very long wait at the airport. Filled in our time at a sports bar and duty free shopping. Got the plane to Rome on Pegassus Airlines. Took some time getting passports stamped. Got a shuttle bus to Via Del Corso 24 where we met the gorgeous Luigi. ...
... of; kitchens, stables, churches for 2,000 people. Also there were monasteries cut into hill-side caves and fairy chimneys full of carved holes to house pigeons whereby the poop is collected for fertiliser.
Glen got the motorbike itch again and we hired one for the day to explore the country-side ...
... before setting off to bed for my early rise for ballooning.
Goreme City (To the tune of Paradise City)
Take me down to the underground city, Where the groups are big, but the caves are pretty Oh Goreme please show me more
Take me out for a snooze in the pottery, Where the spinning is fun, but you need to win the lottery Oh Goreme please show me more Take us out for a truck crew dinner, Where the clay pots ...
... what is known as the Castle – a complex of tunnels and staircases carved into a huge, imposing rock at the centre of the town. Swept up in the noise and movement of a Turkish school group, Helen and I found ourselves passing through the gates and into the castle. Not looking particularly Turkish, Gilbert had no such luck, but he nobly egged us on from outside the perimeter fence.
The steep and well-worn staircase led us sharply upwards through the dim, yellowy glow of the ...
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