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... balloons before us in the air. We could hear the crows of roosters, barking of dogs and putt putting of thrashed scooter engines on the earth below us. We grazed the upper branches of apricot trees, scared pigeons into the air with each blast of the propane gas, and watched the growing light unfurling in ripples along the unique Cappadocian rock formations. This is truly an experience to cross off the 'bucket list'. We couldn't believe it ...
... by a really nice guard, since the place closed before we got there! On the way back to the car, via the old Caravanserais, we met a really nice carpet dealer who spoke great English, ex-English teacher, and to whom we chatted and drank apple tea.
I have been reading a book called Portrait of a Turkish Family, set in 1908 in it there is a chapter about the circumcision ceremony. When boys are between 6-10 and how the ...
Spent the day travelling yesterday and stopped at Konya for the night-saw opium fields and cherry orc******** the way. today we travelled across the central plateau which separates Konya from Cappadocia. We stopped at the Agzikarahan caravanserai on the way. This is where the nomads used to stay on their travels. They were allowed to stay for three nights free. They took ...
... announces we are headed to Kayseri after all. When the doctor walked back to his seat, the entire plane burst with applause (felt a little like we were in a movie!) And there were sighs of relief all around. We landed an hour late.
The rental guy was waiting outside the airport. Unfortunately, that was not the car we had asked for. It was supposed to be a Ford Mondeo or similar/diesel/manual with GPS. What was waiting was a very ...
... us was badly hurt; I had banged my ribs against the edge of the basket, Cindy had twisted her back a little, and both kids had banged knees. We were better off than the folks on the left side of the basket (the side that actually hit the rock) – one woman had collided with something and was bleeding from the face, and there were a few other minor cuts and bumps over there.
You can’t just land in a case like this; there has to be a field ...