Walnut House Hotel Goreme
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- Continental Breakfast
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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 ...
... men live. But as I sit in my crooked little terrace and peer out at this remarkable landscape in the changing evening light, I somehow expect the page of my fairy story book to turn and display a landscape of little old ladies living in shoes or perhaps Frodo Baggins moving through his gnarled woodland turned now into stone. Salvadore Dali must have been here. Or perhaps not, because he set out to shock and challenge and after all his surreal paintings ...
... way and made us pay for our meal and then later on when Liv had her maggot they took her plate away and just looked at us and shrugged as if like "what are you going to do about it" which dampened the mood a bit but we laughed later. At night we got an apple sisha at a cute little restaurant after yet another kebab. I'd never tried it so it was weird but the others seemed to like ...
... 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 ...