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The journey to the Cappodocia region of turkey was a long one. Ten hours on a bus overnight from Denizli in the west, across the flat central plains of deepest Turkey to the mountainous and mysterious east. Neither of us slept very well or very much and when the sky began to lighten ahead of us, I figured I'd just sit back and watch the sun rise. Either side of the coach I could see nothing but grassland making its lazy way to the far horizon. Behind us only the same and ...
We didn’t make it. The basket collided with the rock on the left side of the basket, which rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise as the right side (which was where we were) kept moving. Everyone got thrown around in the basket and there was a fair amount of chaos among the passengers. At this point all the hot air that had been pumped into the balloon took effect and we started to climb pretty fast – which was welcome, and we took stock. ...
... gentle blowing noise I apparently make at night.
The hour long flight was over all too fast and Okan our pilot then told us that he would land the balloon ON THE TRAILER. I mean, how ridiculous is that? But we drifted gently down, and that is exactly what he did. Once out of the basket, [Rosie again managing to be manhandled by several of the Turk assistants and loving every minute of it] we had cake and champagne before heading home for breakfast.
It was ...
... me that I'm not a 'hat kindda girl'. In other words, I look stupid,...LOL, but I'm not here to I press anyone. Warmth,....that's the ticket.
Having to change my plans in the Balkans was the BEST thing that could have ...
... Yes.” Should we go left, or right? “Yes”. Kelly and I were in stitches!
We had some apple tea while waiting, and I did some journaling while Jim and Ralph organized the return of the mini-van. I used the pit toilet (you know the saying, “When in Turkey….”) which actually wasn’t so bad. We’re now on the 7:40 pm flight to Istanbul where we’re spending the next five nights. Goodbye Cappadocia – thanks for the ...