Cappadocia Tourist Hotel
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... will be there, oh just over that little hill and I have made it............a half a mile later and Brian off in the sunset, actually sunrise, sort of, and the balloons were disappearing out of site, oh dear Feeling rather hungry now and having seen, or not seen as the case may be, enough balloons, we decided to go,into the town and get some breakfast. Ah, it is only 6.30 and there is nowhere open, hm, so it's back to our little wooden hut for a coffee ...
... had told us that we need to brace ourselves in a certain way when landing. That made me feel a tad nervous that it wasn't going to be a smooth touch down. As we came closer to the ground we realised that the pilot was going to land the basket on the back of a trailer. Amazingly he did this so perfectly it was a completely smooth landing. I don't know why they told us to brace ourselves because we were on the trailer without even feeling a thing. After going back to the hotel for ...
... given and takenall these are yearnings, the arc of whispers that ricochet out from the wingsof angelic medicine keepers. The shaman’s way is not to be understoodThe pilgrims’ path is not to be comprehended. The Voice of Light The Symphony of NecessityIs meant to be a Breath on ...
... group of hikers during our time in the valley, so we mostly had the place to ourselves.
After 10 miles of hiking, we went back to our cave and took long cave naps. We had earned our afternoon hibernation after waking up at 4:45 a.m. and doing all of that hiking. We went out to a nice dinner and got two local specialties: manti, a Turkish ravioli made with beef and garlic tomato and yogurt, and testi kebap, a mix of meat and vegetables cooked in a clay pot that ...
... is not a sign of colder weather!
We drove through Selime where we saw the first of the rock cut buildings. At Ilhara Valley we walked down the 360 steps to the valley. The Melendiz River is hemmed in by huge jagged cliffs in which the churches where cut from the rock. Here we strolled along the water and looked inside a couple of the churches. They were built by the Byzantine Monks and we were surprised at the size of them plus the paintings inside ...