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- Continental Breakfast
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Sunrise, over Goerme and its lovely rock formations was great. However, it was made all the more special by the crowd of hot air balloons dominating the skyline.
At least twenty balloons were slowly, peacefully rifting their way across the sky. It was lovely to watch. As I cleaned the inside of the tent (for the first time in three weeks) I pondered on yesterday's time in this are, the fantastic walk ...
... look! An open area in the middle is covered with a grape vine overhead. This is where we eat our meals. Rooms are all unique...we are on the upstairs terrace. The group dinner we had was AMAZING! The main course was an eggplant casserole cooked in this pot that is submerged in fire. A cool tomato/cucumber salad and about four different types of appetizers came first. Baklava for dessert! Yum!!! The little town we are staying in is ...
... as “Einstein” as he resembles the scientist. He also has a lady's hair museum, where people leave strands of hair for him... weird and I did not leave a strand of my hair, although I did think he eyed it up. At the moment my hair has a natural dry shampoo in it called dust, it seems to be working quite well.
We then went to an underground city, well as it turned out it was a defensive hiding place, and storage/wine making facility for various peoples ...
... 8217;t really need so early on this trip. The Koreans (on their honeymoon) bought something, so I guess it made the stop worthwhile.
Our next stop was at a place called Imagination Valley in Avanos, where the rock formations are said to look like certain animals. There’s a camel, a pair of kissing ducks, an eagle, and a single rock that is supposed to look like a penguin, a dolphin or a seal. It doesn’t make sense to ...
... churches and monasteries into the rock beginning in the first century A.D. Over the centuries these cave dwellings have been expanded re-purposed by the various cultures that have inhabited these valleys.
I should also mention that today is our 20th anniversary! The time has flown by and there is no place better to celebrated it than with our two girls in Cappadocia. Hopefully the next 20 years will be as enjoyable as the first 20!