Local Cave House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... The natural rock formations are dotted with windows, and people lived in these ready-made houses for centuries. The sandstone was easy to carve, whilst the basalt provided structural integrity. Nowadays they are forbidden to live there, so they have houses built next to these monoliths, and they are now used as pantries and storage rooms!! They look amazing and we stopped at Pigeon Valley to see this stunning vista. Each tower, still has a pigeon nest in the roof, and the birds ...
... time coming within centimetres of rocks, houses and trees. The only sounds were those of the furnaces and of camera buttons clicking. The views were mind blowing as we rose to 500 metres above the ground. The rock formations now took on a whole different perspective as we floated over them, viewing them from the top. Each one unique, each one like a stage setting from the Lord of the Rings. I am not sure how long we sailed through the skies, time flew by as gracefully ...
... the hours, but we didn't see any other Westerners. One old lady who had bossed her husband around for the whole trip, and made comments to a few young guys as well, stopped next to us when she was getting off and asked us something in a very direct way, but we had no idea what she was saying. Two young guys nearby looked amused, so don't know what she said!
Most people, especially the women, are friendly and will smile at you. When we went ...
The drive east from Haymana is more of the same until we come across a huge dried-up lake which seems to stretch on as far as we can see. Every ten miles or so we notice various desultory groups of tourists walking across the salt deposits as a form of amusement. The lake is bounded by hills on our left and we can see the hills of Cappadocia in the distance ahead of us. The route is part of the ...
... arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Collectively, it took us 53+ hours, 22 of them spent in layovers, eight planes, two delayed, one missed, and a lot of faith for Chad and me to finally meet in the middle of nowhere. But meet we finally did, on the other side of the world, in Turkey.