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The Balloons and Landscape of Cappadocia, Turkey

In September of 2014, I was lucky enough to go to Cappadocia, Turkey. It’s a place famous for its other-worldly  landscape,  1700-year-old buildings carved into stunning rock formations and the numerous hot air balloons that take over the predawn sky every day (weather permitting).

 

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SideBar: To see more of Brian’s travel pics, check out his instagram account: Maderous01 

To learn more about this area, the formations and the buildings, follow this link: http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/world-heritage/cappadocia/

 

Brian M. Williams
Brian is the author of the recently published travel memoir "Stranger in a Stranger Land: My Six Years in Korea." (Click this profile for more information.) He's also a law school grad with Southern charm and Virginia roots. He recently returned to America after nearly seven years traveling and working abroad. He loves dive bars, international travel and foreign accents. He's particularly good at small talk and was the first person to notice there's no "I" in "team."
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