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... and I had so much more I store for us, for our host Mustafa No. 1 had arranged for his nephew, Ibraham, to give us a personal guided tour of the region for the rest of the day, for the total sum of $100 Aus for the two of us. It was the best $100 I have ever spent. He started by taking us to one of the 30 or so underground cities that dotted the region. After paying our entry fee we ventured underground. The temperature immediately dropped, and fresh air paradoxidly ...
... our sleep we set about finding out what else to do in Cappadocia. We started with a wander around the town area and buying our tickets for the overnight bus the next night.
During the walk we got interested in a sunset quad bike ride and also researched some options for the next day.
Locking in a plan we booked our quad ride before walking to the open air museum, the museum is a well preserved collection of cave churches, homes, kitchens, and dining halls all ...
... allowed, until the very end. When we first got there we were the only people there so for a while we thought that whole thing may be performed just for us, which would have been awkward. A couple of bus tours then turned up. At the end, one of the people from the complex drove us back to the hotel in his car - again, very kind people.
... father worked as a house digger, as you do in these parts.
Hot air ballooning in tourist season brings in about a million dollars a day. 100 balloons, holding up to 20 people, many doing two trips per day at 150 euro each. A fantastic experience....lift off is so smooth that I didn't realise we were off the ground. Great views of the landforms and sunrise over the mountains. There are so many balloons that a local air traffic control gives the ...
... but Nurse Sue gave it to him right between the eyes.
He stumbled off, muttering under his breath, "well I think fairy chimneys is a much better name...."
I wondered which field of medicine he had been in.
After a brief stop in Goreme for a pharmacy for Mrs Dull [oh dear... this could be tricky with a long coach trip tomorrow....] we were off to a coffee stop at a place which overlooks the whole area from a high viewpoint.
Again, it was more of ...