Perissia Hotel & Convention Center
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
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... with female Islam following.
Exploring Kurdisch Turkey
It has (had) negative headlines in the news, the Kurdish people, this part of Turkey and their longing for an independent state. For me, like Baluchistan and Iran, it has shown only its beauty and hospitality. At my first stop next to an impressive fortress, I am straightaway invited for tea, made on a semaver (wood stove water boiler) by a local Kurdish family. The girl shy at first becomes my ...
... we were helped to be hoisted up into the basket. We were then given instructions on the 'brace' position for landing...pretty much Kim and I 'spooning squatting' and holding onto internal basket handles- serious stuff! And just like that then we were off... It was such a gentle take off and I was so distracted by the other balloons taking off around us that I didn't even realise we had left the ground to begin with!
Having never been in a hot air balloon before and ...
... waiting for us. She was super kind and upgraded us to a suite and ordered dinner from a nearby restaurant. The kids loved the 'cave house’ and although I thought they’d be tired from the long travel day, they were actually all wound up and it took me a while to get them settled in… I needed Zach at least to get to bed early because we were going to attempt a hot air balloon ride in the morning and had to be up at the crack of dawn.
... one of the other coaches looking supremely uncomfortable and anxious. At every step the camel made, she slipped further to one side and with just one flick it could have thrown her off.
When we had landed in the neighbouring field this morning, as we drifted over the 'fairy chimneys' I had pointed out the obvious. An elephant in the room, as it were, these 'fairy chimneys' are more phallic than anything else but everyone discreetly fails to mention the fact.
... Either it was an 'overload' of caffeine on an empty stomach,, OR, the heat of the tea caused my BP to drop. Either way,....I felt high as a kite, for about 5 -10 minutes. And after looking at the photo, I have to agree,.....I DO look 'looped'! Haha!
Ok,....am going to lie back down for awhile. Will try to write more later.