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... about Canada (to the children)? Nothing.
Do you have questions about Canada? No.
The mother mentioned that, if Caleb were older, she'd approve a marriage with her daughter. The grandmother tried a few expressions in english and french, which drew laughter and cheers from all. It was a lovely end to the tour.
We will miss the warmth of the Cappadocia people.
... these statues like when they were first built. We started our tour by collecting another 8 tourists from nearby areas and were on our way to the City of Andyaman , this was 600 km South East of where we started. The day was sunny and warm. The group was friendly and pleasant. We visited a caravanserai ,an ancient Inn for traders on their routes across Anatolia. We even had time for an Ice cream made of goat milk, ...
... iPads, but some of my best shots were taken with it. Great resolution, and nice wide angles. Yes, I looked goofy, but amazing pictures. All that said, I think Yvonne caught the best pictures of all with her iPhone. I will never travel again lugging this SLR. But maybe Santa Jim will get me an iPad mini so I don't look so goofy. We were back to the hotel by 7 - got re-packed and had an incredible breakfast. The hotel redeemed itself in the food department. Amazing ...
You should never say never, as the saying goes, because this morning we took flight over Cappadocia in a hot air balloon - and it was a wonderful experience! It required a very early morning, pick up at 4:45, a breakfast stop and then a drive to the lift off area. It is quite a spectacular sight as the balloons are inflated and then everyone has to climb in to their allotted section of the basket. The flight was ...
We had to fly from Antalya back to Instanbul, change flights to Kayseri, where we had a shuttle waiting to take us another hour into the Cappadocia region, which consists of many small towns, including Urgup, where we are staying at the Kayakopi Cave hotel. Urgup used to be a Greek community but was abandoned around 1922 during a population exchange, when the Christian families were forced to Greece and the Muslim families stayed folllowing WW1.
This region is famous for ...