Hotel Lale Saray
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... a gold tooth...it could of just been the light but adds to the picture. However when a disappointed but great full husband stated that we had only a very small budget and although loved them, maybe we could only afford a tiny one because he needed to feed his family, the gold tooth went copper and the shop keeper realised this was going to be more work than planned. There was an attempted offer that we could help import to Australia and so he would 'gift' ...
... fury be like dead
5. In modesty and humility be like earth
6. In tolerance be like a sea
7. Either exist as you are or be as you look
We have one more thing to report - we are no longer Turkish rug virgins! We ventured into the land of Turkish rug dealer negotiations quite successfully. Our first purchase was a small Kilim which will hopefully work well in our kitchen. Stay tuned for additional purchases!
... were also up and out for an early flight, we got on the shuttle bus and headed out to the 'taking off area' Jed and I had recognised the area as just the morning before we had waked through! It was still dark but the sun was soon to rise. They had a small table with Turkish tea, bread rolls and wafer biscuits at the ready and we had a drink whilst the crew assembled the balloons, on our 'patch' of ground there must have been about 20 odd baskets with their balloons laid out flat. ...
... final morning in Cappadoccia prior to leaving for Istanbul.
There was a tour of the hotel (revealing tunnels, wine cellars, monastery etc) at 1800 where we met a fellow guest, David Berstein from DC, a warm and friendly person. We made tentative plans to meet for breakfast tomorrow morning (after his hot air balloon flight).
We had a cheese platter and drinks in the evening in the lounge bar overlooking the valley - pretty special.
Big shoutouts to my intrepid hiking buddy Kate who gave me the lowdown on the hot air balloons, and to Tim the Aussie, who suggested we hire a couple of dirt bikes and hit the trails one day. That poor WR125 didn't know what hit it.
Highlight: My first day, exploring the Red and Rose valleys. Jaw-dropping views, perfect weather, great company and some excellent food and cappodoccian wine afterwards.