Cappadocia Cave Suites
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Today was our earliest wake up yet, 3.30am. With all the excitement for our adventure we were hardly tired though. We got dressed and were shuttled to a restaurant, which was the meeting point for our hot air balloon company, Voyager. After paying we sat and waited for the go ahead. There was breakfast and hot drinks while we waited. At about 5am we were given the green light, meaning the weather conditions were suitable for the ballooning. We took a short ride ...
... quaint little cafe in the middle of the valley. I took the center seat just to hedge my options. The last thing I wanted to do was to awkwardly sit there alone. The group split along natural lines. On my left side was the Canadian & American couples, and the Chinese and Brazilian couples on the right, and the Chinese girls right in front of me. Now, I realize that as the only solo traveler, its falls on me to make that extra effort to be social. So, ...
... shapes), the rose valley, the red valley, the white valley, and others. . oh, and sword valley. oh, and... you get it. lots of up and down. even more stopping to take yet another photo. and then another one. we saw deep canyons, marshmallow rocks, dripping wax rocks, ice cream and meringue rocks. red, yellow, white. rocks that looked like penises, rocks that looked like camels, rocks that looked like camel's penises. rocks that looked like rocks. please just look at ...
... Deddeman Hotel. Oh and they were booked for speeding by the cops and have a fine to pay before we leave Turkey. Ironic really since I was the one doing the silly speeds today!
The Travellers is a lovely hotel. But more of that tomorrow. We are booked on a balloon flight and will be picked up from the hotel at 4.45am. Yes, that's a quarter to five in the morning and it's already 11pm as we head down from the roof restaurant to get our heads ...
... to wander round the ubiquitous market stalls nearby selling all degrees of tourist stuff and looking for presents for my grandchildren. As it was then getting hotter again we were glad to be taken to a Turkish Carpet making factory where demonstrations of the art and skill of making carpets by hand were provided to supposedly wealthy visitors. The carpets were beautiful but the cosy was prohibitive,certainly to us ,although a few of our group did buy some that would then ...