Walnut House Hotel Goreme
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... terrible so that part wasn’t so good.
The finale of the show was the belly dancing. Just as Sue left for a comfort stop a very attractive woman came onto the stage and wriggled and jiggled in all sorts of sensuous ways. She was just getting into her routine when Sue, returning from her comfort stop, appeared directly behind the belly dancer. For a moment it looked as if Sue was part of the show and a huge cheer went out. Looking very embarrassed Sue shuffled back ...
... walking walking everywhere they come here then take their shoes off and we have to die from the smell ("Amen degh Buhdududelen buddudelen bududelen irents koshikneruh hanelen himah bedkeh mernenk irents hoditz") Dry cleaning: They got his shirt and they lost his shirt and cos there were a lot of white shirts he said just give me any of them and he was wearing it that day! He was constantly fixing mums seat and seat Handle and making sure ...
... to Goreme and I was there. I'd arrived on Thursday having booked a balloon ride with Urgup Balloons for Friday morning but didn't want to get too excited as I knew that the balloon rides were subject to weather and this had been a bit iffy over the last couple of days.
At 3.50am, my alarm went off and I up and dressed ready for the 4.15 pick up. In the pre-dawn haze, it looked a bit cloudy so this again made me wonder if we'd actually ...
... Cappadocia is known for its interesting valleys, caves and formations and pottery. So we stopped at a few different valleys and took pictures. At each of these stops where we took photos of the valleys there were little stalls, people were selling ornaments, suiveners, fabrics and much more all quite cheap. I picked up a couple of presents. One of the valleys had an interesting shape formation, it started a debate whether it looked like a turkey, rooster, snail or something else. ...
... blackbird easily recognised but another, very melodious small bird -unknown. After a delightful 2 k detour up the wrong valley- more stream, wild flowers, orchards, steep, white rock walls - and back - we retraced our steps and found the fork to a steep uphill climb of 2 k or so, up and up to a tea house perched on a cliff above the owner's gardens, watered by a spring. We drank Turkish tea overlooking the valley, the owner pointing out how the 'pigeon toilet' provided ...