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- Continental Breakfast
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Despite a tough night we set off to see one of the underground cities (Kaymakli), of which there are 36 in the area. We chose one which was not so popular but was none the less unbelievable. Thousands of people lived in the caves and they date back from 6th C. They say they lived underground due to lack of building materials but I'm not convinced. The caves were deep. We went down 5 levels and there were more. ...
... shut in many places because of the cycling tour but finally, finally, the driver managed to get us on the road to the airport. Needless to say, we got there with hardly any time to spare.
We got to the Turkish Airlines Counter, proceeded to check in our bags and then the girl checking us in says can you follow me to my supervisor. We do, and we are told the flight has been overbooked. There are no seats left. Sigh. I’m ...
... We clambered in, waited a few minutes until the sky was clear (several other balloons were launching from the same area, so some coordination was necessary) and then lifted off. A bump, another bump, and then we rose into the air. You get altitude pretty fast in these things, and we got up several hundred feet and watched the sun rising over the horizon. Then we settled in, lost some altitude, and watched the landscape pass by under us.
... 8211; great skill! And then we were guided into the showroom and the sales pitch started, but none of us bought anything. There were gorgeous pieces in there, all hand painted, but expensive. All we took away was photos.
Mehmet asked us what we do back in Canada, and when Jim told him that we have a 24 year old daughter and a 21 year old son, he turned to me and said “You take very good care of yourself – you don’t look old enough to ...
... in Turkey, borders on eons of history) is amazing. But, even more impressive is his ability to relay this information in an understandable way. My favorite aspect of Ender’s openness is his ability to draw us into dialogue and provide thought provoking discussions. In my guided tour experiences, this has proven a rare quality and is one in which he excels.
Along our route we stopped for tea (and to pee) and ...