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Up Up and away

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung

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... juggling, they managed to get us onto a 90 minute flight.

It turned out to be a great decision as we happened to jag the basket with Aussie ballonist/instructor, David Stanley Parkes, from Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast. He was an 'add-on' this morning as his Turkish work permit had been revoked for a few days due to some bureaucratic mishap. He was a friend of Julia and Juan (fellow Aussies from the Gold Coast) who had booked ...

Up, up and away........ in Cappadocia!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree

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... the spectrum staying in our little van on the Kaya campsite....this caused quite a bit of hilarity amongst our balloon crew!

Just as it was getting light, we were loaded back into the minibus and driven to our launch site. Our balloon pilot, an Aussie with 32 years experience (reason we chose him!), hung his kangaroo flag to the outside of the basket much to our amusement. We reminded him that New Zealand had just beaten Australia in the ...

Onward to Cappadocia

A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana

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... a group of ancient churches carved from the tall cones and columns of the unique Cappadocian landscape. Saint Paul traveled through the Cappadocia region on his way to Ephesus and realized that it was a perfect place for Christians to hide from persecution, resulting in many early Christians creating settlements and hiding in the area.

After Christianity became the the official state religion in 312 AD, Christians no longer had to hide, so they began to use ...

Cappadocia

A travel blog entry by shelleydarcy

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... into our room. I had a hot shower and then a short sleep, probably half an hour, but that was better than none. The town has some interesting houses, shaped like tall chimneys. The food here is really nice. Turkish pizza is called Pide and it has a very thin crust and then lots of ...

Holely rock, look at all those balloons!

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome

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... bend down quite a bit. Poor Aaron, who is really tall had to get around on his knees, glad I didn’t go in. Finally make it to camp and Karen is there to greet us with our passports and visas for Iran.

Camp is quite nice, just a shame there are wasps everywhere so whilst eating you are continually batting them away or resulting to eating on the truck. After having a nice hot and powerful shower and fighting with the stupid ...

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