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A 4 hour drive through stark and stunning vistas would take us to our next stop- Nevsehir. The bus had lousy shocks and the 2 lane roads were very bumpy. We stopped for photos by the Salt Lake and then pulled into Nevsehir to pick up our guide, Hamil. We drove through the city to reach the Cappadoccia area. 60 million years ago this was an inland …
... with fries which seem to be quite common as a side dish here.
After lunch we found a church that has long since been abandoned but the frescoes on the walls were still visible. All the pictures of Jesus had their eyes scratched out – apparently they were so well done that the eyes appeared to follow you when you moved, and when the Muslims took over they didn’t like being watched so they scratched all the eyes out. Next to the Church was ...
... without a blink! According to our pilot it only took him 3 months to get his hot air balloon license in the US for the smaller 8 or less person balloons. It took him 19 additional months to get his license in Turkey to fly these giant balloons. There is nowhere in the US that has balloons of this size.....whimpy Americans:) After we landed they served us champagne to celebrate the ...
... is a big country and there is often no other choice. FML! So this morning I wandered around and did some shopping for my family. I know they are my number one fans and the biggest audience for my blog, so I'm not writing here what I got for them :) it's a surprise, but I hope they like it. No idea when it will arrive. Until sending things home from France and Germany, Turkey didn't ask me to write what was in the package or declare that it was all good. Soooo maybe my package ...
... 160; Hope all is well at home, Ella & Ben ...
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