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Kayla had a relaxing spa bath this morning till we finally dragged her out to go to breakfast. It was worth going up for too. The honey couldn't have been fresher - it was actually still in the honeycomb.
We had a lovely view from the roof top restaurant too. Over the roofs we could see the minaret of the Mevlana Museum.
While we realised …
... on that dancefloor, and the video is on Facebook for the entire world to see and make viral!
The finale saw everyone in the crowd conga line out to the outside arena where a bonfire was lit, and pagan-like, we all danced around it. Then the show was over and we were packed into the van. Our tour group was speechless at my flawless choreography and feline grace. By midnight we were in bed and the alarm was set for 4am, as we had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity the next ...
... go up in the dark and the sun rises as you are flying. The second session goes up just after sunrise so you don't get the brilliance of the sunrise but I suppose you get more daylight time to see the extent of the area the whole time. Both sessions costs the same. I guess they just have THAT many tourists that they need to have two fly seasons to accommodate everyone. And there are different sized baskets too, some take 24 people max, 20, 16, etc. ...
... what I like to call a tractormobile, pulling a wagon with all sorts of equipment behind him. This tractor guy came over and tinkered with the bike for a while, removing the spark plug, checking the gas. I showed him my receipt with the phone number of the rental place and he called them for me to explain the problem. They would come soon to help. "Have a nice day!" he said as he went back to his vehicle. I sat on the cub and waited until these two young men showed up and ...
... of white stone - a stonemason had clearly been at work here in the open air, though he wasn't to be seen at that moment. Five minutes later, just as we passed a mosque the muezzin began his call to prayer. After a lovely wander round town we had an early dinner at a café - a Turkish savoury pancake and some rice pudding for me, a sandwich for Dave and a chocolate milkshake each.