Walnut House Hotel Goreme
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... was incredibly helpful, and breakfast was fantastic on the rooftop, with Veli’s kick ass omelettes.
We had a quick snooze when we arrived, and then sat down with Serdar who recommended an itinerary for our stay, all of which covered what we wanted to see and do, and having already shopped around and getting an idea for prices, everything he offered seemed reasonable, so we booked in a few tours and took his advice for some treks we could do on our own, and were ...
... nearly double in places. I determine once and for all that I was not intended to be a hobbit! Needless to say I have added it to my list if been there, done that, need never do it again! Lunch in another village where they have built a modern Caravanserai - good food quickly served. Then it was off to a local pottery where the same family have been producing traditional pottery in one of the cave houses we have come to know, for over 200 years. Beautiful stuff but ...
... seen to be important. The human rights and political reforms that are concomitant with EU membership are desired by people, but not the price increases that would surely accompany inclusion.
We've come to the end of our Silk Road journey. The entertainment system on our flight home is not working, so it has afforded me time to reflect on our journey. This has been a fabulous learning experience for me. I knew nothing of the history or culture ...
... and a wishing wall where people leave written wishes. We spend a second night at the Grand Onder Hotel in Kusadaci. Day 6 - a full day tour of Pamukkale and Hierapolis It's a couple of hours drive to the site, Peter has heat stroke and gets a room in the hotel to rest up there's not much else to do because the doctor is at lunch and never comes back. Rob takes on the thermal pools of Pamukkale a series of petrified waterfalls, stalactites and pools with ...
... years ago as pagan temples, then converted into churches. The artwork inside them on the walls is very impressive, however the eyes of all the painted people have been scratched out. There were so many chimney homes. It was really surreal being inside and seeing what were once meal areas, bathing dig outs, sleeping areas. There were also a lot of graves inside some of the church chimneys. Some had the skeletons preserved inside. We paid our extra lira to enter the "dark church" which ...