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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 …
... to do much at all. I nipped out to buy a beautiful Turkish tea set. We ate falafel at a quiet restaurant and then went for a big drive around Cappadocia, turning down random roads and occasionally jumping out to look at cave churches and run up hills that were technically on private property. We took some stellar shots and listened to some great music. We arrived back and relaxed. I didn't need anything more from my time in Turkey, I was thoroughly ...
Back in Georgia we mainly back tracked over roads we've been along previously. It was surprising to see how much autumn has progressed towards the bleakness of winter in less than 3 weeks. The trees that were just beginning to colour have mostly lost their leaves leaving just bare branches.
To save going all the way back to Batumi we headed for the border crossing near Vale, this would save us a lot of back tracking in Turkey as we are hoping ...
Today we were up at 4:30 to go ballooning...everyday there are between 100 and 200 balloons that fly here (that's over $1MM per day in revenues). Today there were 123, balloons were everywhere as you can see by the photos. Decided to dedicate a full post to this as it was so incredible. After a 4:30,wake up call, we headed to the balloon company's place and unfortunately it wasn't a thumbs up, with the ...
Cappadocia was an expensive and time consuming diversion, but was worth every second and every cent. Famed for its otherworldly landscape, rock houses and balloon flights it represented a great change from the cities that have dominated this trip so far. Formed by volcanic eruptions, which formed a layer of lava up to 150 meters thick overlaying an even thicker layer of mud 2 million years ago. Over time wind, rain and floods have eventually broken through the layer of lava to ...