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We keep going back to turkey...
This time we flew to Cappadocia in central Turkey where there are heaps of old cave houses and rock churches and unusual rock formations. We spent time walking through some of the valleys and seeing all the ...
... there desserts but unfortunately it more likely to be a miss than a hit with them tasting very nice we have had some yummy ones but many of them are grosse. the next day we visited the ancient city of ephesus, it was very busy but wow what a place I did not expect it to be so extensive but then again atleast 250,000 lived here. was crazy to be walking around a place we read about in the bible. this place is very well preserved and well worth a visit. the history is so so so long ...
... are just amazing! We saw more churches with beautiful frescoes, one, the Dark Church, tells the story of the life of Jesus in paintings running around the walls.
Turkey is an amazing country, completely unlike any other place we’ve been. There’s so much history here, so many stories. We left Turkey exhausted but with the knowledge that we’ll never forget our time here, nor look back on it with anything other than warmth.
... we had another tough day ahead of us we decided to eat, have a shower and go to bed early. It was a busy day!
Day 2: September 28, 2013
That big day was finally coming…our balloon flight was scheduled for that day. They picked us up at 5.30 and drove us to a place where they had prepared small refreshment and there were three different balloons getting ready to depart.
We always imagined the typical balloon flight with small baskets maybe ...
Cappadocia, "the Land of Wild Horses", a region of central Anatolia (Asia Minor) around an hour's flight east of Istanbul was largely ignored for centuries until “rediscovered” in the 1980’s and turned into one of Turkey’s major tourist attractions. At this time of year, it’s a hot, dry and dusty place, packed with tourists, but no horses - other than one lone sad-looking horse pulling a cart, we saw not a single animal for which the region was named.