Les Terrasses D'Uchisar
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In the next few days we may not be able to post as regularly as up to now. Tomorrow night we will stay with a family in a small village home, where the availability of an Internet connection is doubtful. We will certainly collect pictures and post them when we next have the opportunity.
... this basket had a heat reflective shield over the top which made a big difference to the comfort of the flight. With the flame on full blast, we gently lifted into the sky. Our pilot then proceeded to take us down into 'love valley' where we drifted past fairy chimneys and uniquely shaped rock faces. We spent about an hour in the sky, but it went so quickly. It was so beautiful that I took about one hundred and fifty photographs while I was up ...
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Next stop Ihlara Valley. Ihlara Gorge is 10 miles long, 3rd. longest in the world, and is the most famous valley in Turkey for hiking. Frank calls it the "civilized" way to go hiking. There are wooden stairs and bridges where needed making it a very easy hike. We walked 3.5 km, with a stop half way to cool off at Turkish tea houses built on stilts in the river and ended the hike with lunch at a hotel on the river.
... the weather lovely today
at about 20 degrees and clear. It may be hotter as I am sat in shorts with no T-shirt and gradually getting a suntan. We have electric power facilities and wifi for updating the blog etc. I have also managed to do some washing of socks, nickers, T-shirts and my towel and hang my sleeping bag to dry from the condensation in the tent last night.
I am looking forward to a good chill out time for the rest of today. Bye for ...