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... to sound much more like kiwi. but in the topic of kiwi my littke fury friend has loved turkey he even went swimming at pamukale and hot air ballooning. there has been a lot of shopping done by people on my tour and we havent even made it to istanbul and its grand bazaars yet. this has been a fantastic trip that I wont ever forget and will hopefully catch up with some of the london based people in june. when I get home I will be in search of a turkish restaurant as some of this food is very yummy. ...
... queuing, freezing and dealing with customs/immigration, and knowing that I could sleep for as long as I wanted. I was actually giggling, I was that happy (or just overtired/hysterical).
Lowlight: Witnessing the cops dragging that guy off the train. Lots of pleading, a few tears. Youngish guy with long hair, he looked pretty scared. Nobody else on the train said anything. I don't know what his story was, but it was wasn't nice to watch.
... scarps. But the land has been so harshly treated, and the rubbishing continues. We also wonder if they burn coal for heating (ran out of trees) because of the choking smoke that sits over the town each night as the temperature heads down to 2-3C.
Still, we find nice places to eat and enjoy the beautiful styling of the Turkish cafes. Similarly, our cave hotel is a model of cool taste. Our room is down low ...
... guy who made them is an Afghastian refugee living in Turkey but he is moving to Australia in four months. The man who owns the cafe is Turkish but married an Australian girl so lived there for a long time. This guy Abbas, was so lovely, he has awesome English and enjoyed talking to us about Australia. We asked him where would be good for dinner around here and of course he recommended this cafe again.We said we would be back for dinner :)
Stopped to look at some souvenir ...
... area was full of balloons. All of them started to go up in the air. One of the ladies counted all the balloons and said there were 78 balloons in total! It was an amazing view to see all of these balloons flying over the valley, you could see some really up in the air, and others just staying really close to the ground while others were going inside of the valley.
After 15 minutes our pilot, the one that was joking so much, told us that we would have to make a quick ...