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The weather is cooler today and we have had some rain during our travels which were on 2 & 4 lane highways climbing in and out of valleys with other stretches of flat agricultural land. The primary agricultural output seems to be dairy, potatoes and apples. Many tractors and produce trucks along the roads. The scenery has varied considerably with what seems to be eroded volcanic cores as well as rolling valleys. Some of the land is ...
... then boarded our hot air balloons to look at the valleys below! What an unbelievable experience. No words are necessary -- just pictures.
Due to the magnitude of our trip, one of the problems we are experiencing is a certain type of immunity to wonders. We've been extremely lucky to do and experience so many amazing things that unfortunately incredible sights are starting to lose some of their luster. Fortunately, Cappadocia blew us away! Unfortunately, for those of you who don’t care about geology, a geology lesson is required to understand how and why Cappadocia is so incredible.
Arrive in ISHMIR..TURKEY this morning.
went on a conducted tour which lasted 5 hours.
resting for a short time before dinner.
luxurious cruising, divine food, great company, fabulous entertainment...this is the life !!
cheers to all ...
... scenery around this site was spectacular as well. Here is Mary in a decidedly other worldly landscape.
It was difficult to decide what would make a good picture. Here Leroy, Mary and Eve are discussing the best composition of a photo.
Speaking of other worldly, maybe some of this looks familiar? Well, the first Star Wars movie was shot in this area because of the landscape.