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Thursday, 10 November 2011

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kat

love your trip posts!

Mellisa

Wonderful! I just found out that we have the opportunity to visit Turkey this summer and lo and behold you posted all of your adventures- now I'm convinced we'll go!

nhb

Beautiful!

AZ

It's a pleasure to view your photos, and to read about your eating adventures, and that horse needed a bath really bad. :)

Kirk

Thanks Kat!

Hi Mellisa - I'm sure you'll have a great time.

It sure was Bill.

Hi AZ - We had a fun time in Cappadocia.

Alyssa

Talk about service! All you had to do was mention eating outside and your wish was immediately granted! Amazing views. Cappadocia is now on my bucket list.

Kirk

Hi Alyssa - I'd recommend a trip to Turkey to most everyone. It's quite exotic, the people are very nice, and it's cheaper than the rest of Europe.

Elizabeth D

Very nice Arabian horse, the rider has to be American, or possibly English or European. His riding tack is almost all what you would see an American using and his seat in the saddle is that of someone educated at a riding school.

When I owned a horse another horse owner at the same barn was active duty Army and was sent to Turkey or some such place (this was pre 9/11) and purchased an Arabian horse there which he boarded at a riding stable patronized by expats. Local standards of animal care and handling were sometimes a culture shock. The poor mare was delivered to the stable on a flatbed truck, laid down on her side and tied down with ropes, a trauma it took her a few days to get over.

Kirk

Hi Elizabeth - Thanks for reading and taking the time out to post a comment. The guy didn't speak any English, so I don't think he was English or American. Like most folks in Turkey, he was very friendly, though!

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