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... wake-up call for our Royal Balloon adventure. (Of course, we flew over 7,000 miles just to have a room next to two military families from Florida with no concept of quiet time or bottle recycling. And their children also seemed to multiply.)
... up in the air and my cunning plan was to choose one of the most expensive of all these, Butterfly Balloons. Their balloons are such an eyesore that they would spoil any photo I tried to take, so I deliberately put myself in one of them to avoid such an eventuality. The plan worked marvellously, and at 6am the next morning I was able to snap away unhindered by beastly shots of their horrible logo. Being a more expensive option, they had other benefits too, such as a ...
... ride will set you back $220 per ride but it was worth every penny.
After the ride, we went back to the hotel to freshen up and then we were off to Pasabag Valley. Highly remarkable earth pillars can be seen here, in the middle of a vineyard, hence the name of the place which means: the Pacha's vineyard. Pacha means "General", the military rank, in Turkish and it is a very common nick name. This site is also called Monks Valley. The ...
... plains, and the sun coming up over one of the mountains, then scattered through the sky are countless numbers of colourful hot-air balloons. It was a magical sight. Expensive experience, but very much worth it. Hopefully my pictures get emailed to me soon. Because of the 4am start, I was again in need of an epic nap. So back to the hostel and back to bed. I didn't get up again until mid-day ages mainly because I was hungry. So I pryed myself out of bed and got myself some food. ...
... They had an entire city down there for 5000 people with all the works. It used to be 12 stories deep but only 8 remain. The tunnel serious stuffs up your back though cause the walkways are so small.
Then we headed off to the Ihluka valley for an hour hike along the river. The hike was ok but I didn't really get a lot out of it. Lunch time was pretty good and provided a funny story. We got put into a small hut with some Asian guys. We ...