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... broke we could see our yellow and orange balloon and basket emerge from the darkness. There were 20 passengers and 2 crew in the basket and were helped to climb in. it remained us of the time in England when we watched Stephens mum struggle to get into a Hot Air Balloon basket for a trip for her 70th birthday. Once we rose up into the air it was a wonderful experience to be drifting along the valley over the incredible rock formations below. ...
... borrow from the mosque people, I decided to use the new pink shawl with bunnies on that I bought in marmaris last week :D it worked perfectly.
In the shopping centre under the mosque they were having an end of summer sale on their clothes, I bought a top for 70p! Successful trip.
... means? We could BAKE!!! That is exactly what we did...and by we I mean Lindsay made chocolate chip cookies and banana bread. Remember both Lindsay and I haven't been state side for at least a year and nothing says home like warm soft chocolate cookies. They were to die for. Also I made a request for banana bread because I could and Lindsay knew how to make it! Kristina made some pumpkin spice creamer, similar to Starbucks, for ...
... and a radler (beer
mixed with sprite). Afterwards we were exhausted so we went to bed quite early.
On the 24th we went to Neuschwanstein castle,
which is positioned in the Alps. The views from the hike that we took were
simply marvelous; you could see the countryside below as well as views from the
Hohenschwangau castle. We got a guided tour through this castle as well, which
... this is a breeding area of this bird. Unfortunately, there were none at the time of the year we visited. The lake is a closed one with no way out and surrounded on 4 sides by plateaus and is very, very shallow. Tuz Gölü is fed by the Melendiz river, several small streams, and underground salt water springs. Three salt pans in the lake produce one million tons of salt a year, or 64% of Turkey’s total requirements.