Cappadocia Tourist Hotel
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Any minute the Tusken raiders are going to run out and kidnap us. We caught the bus into Goreme cappadocia and it looked as though we had arrived at a star wars film set. It was incredible! Like nothing we have ever seen. The whole town is built into chimney caves. Even a mosque is inside one. There were chickens, dogs, donkey, and ducks roaming around the twisting streets which wound around through the caves. We were staying in Cave Life Pension so we hiked up to the peak, behind and ...
... were also up and out for an early flight, we got on the shuttle bus and headed out to the 'taking off area' Jed and I had recognised the area as just the morning before we had waked through! It was still dark but the sun was soon to rise. They had a small table with Turkish tea, bread rolls and wafer biscuits at the ready and we had a drink whilst the crew assembled the balloons, on our 'patch' of ground there must have been about 20 odd baskets with their balloons laid out flat. ...
... is kind of chaotic. Until the basket leaves the ground, it rocks wildly back and forth, tipping passengers to and fro, with lots of false starts. It was pretty nerve-racking. At last, we lifted off the ground, and everything about the trip was incredible after that moment. The ride in a hot air balloon is remarkably smooth. It's a hard feeling to describe, but you don't even notice you're flying--except that you're soaring above spectacular scenery in an open basket. ...
... head to the Mediterranean coast, as my friends, we need to keep ahead of the sunshine! Cappadocia, we love you....enough to spend 18 lira on a small book! Your rock hewn architecture has delighted us, the underground cities fascinated us, the Hot Air Balloons excited us.....but now, after a week in your captivating arms, it's time to move on!
As I started a bottle of wine when I started this blog, I am now half stoned, so Goodnight and God Bless (haha)!
... and his name was Asam. During the tour we also met a couple of Puerto Rico, Luis and Santos, traveling around Turkey like us. We stayed with them most of the tour and they even invited us for the pomegranate juice! They were really nice and at the end of the tour we even exchanged emails and directions in order to meet again. So far it has been the second people from Puerto Rico we met. The first ones were Michele and Jose (we hosted them as couchsurfers in Santiago). So far we have had ...