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Belle was off for her hot air balloon ride and back by 7am before Kev and I had even opened our eyes! Belle came back absolutely buzzing and she tells us how they got up to almost the same height as a plane, or as close as you can, without needing oxygen!
We had a lazy morning looking around Göreme and then caught the 1pm shuttle to Nevsehir, Cappadocia Airport, to fly to Istanbul. Arriving around 5pm we joined the 'Topdeck ANZAC ...
... shoppers paradise town for centuries, the sprawling Grand Bazaar called the Worlds oldest shopping mall where you can find rugs, leathers, jewelry and antiques. Also The Spice market where you can buy caviar to Saffron.
Next stop Lesbos, Greece
... of cheese or ground meat, and that’s it. I elect the cheese but later wished I had gone for the meat – it might have had more flavour. And we get a can of fizzy drink too.
The seating area is very busy and all tables are full except for one. I join a European looking man there. He is fair haired, angular and tall, we engage in conversation. His name is Sep or something like it, and he comes from Austria. He is working for an NGO and will travel into the far west ...
... A whole swag of chat up lines get thrown at you and very quickly the all appear just the same sort of shops. Sadly we didn't have the $6,500 they would like us to have spent on a large rug (postage inc. of course), they were beautiful that's for sure and some of the lights would have looked amazing in my garden but too heavy..... Prices were aimed at tourists and it was knock off city, there were however ...
... br> We walked past Galata Tower, the location of the first successful flight according to Barlas. He said that it wasn't first accomplished by the Wright brothers, rather by a man who jumped from the top of this tower and glided for around 60 kilometres. So I have to say that I question whether this real counts as flight.
The Basilica Cistern used to store the city's water supplies and consisted of several stone columns and a large amount of water covering the whole ...