Anatolia Cave Pension
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- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... This place is out of this world......kind of frontier town feel about it. Reminds me of Coober Pedy but with strange looking rock towers. Early dinner and bed tonight as we are supposed to be going on our balloon flight. We just heard they have cancelled the last two mornings flights so hopefully we will be lucky tomorrow. Not many pics ...
... tour is it included very filling lunches and they know where the sites are, so no time wasted getting lost. But then we lost time when they took us to the jewellery place and ceramic place as they are trying to get sales out of us. I think the big thing for me is that I don't like being rushed or having my time restricted. Visits were often short, and my biggest peeve - only 45mins at the Open Air Museum! Way too short!!
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The time is now 07:45; we got back from our hot air balloon trip over an hour ago and I still haven't come down from my high yet! It was just unreal... The fulfilment of a lifelong dream... And in one of the ...
... minor freak out about not knowing where my passport was! I checked all my pockets, bag, my bed, and furniture. I went to the restaurant where I had dinner the night before. The owner there grew up in Goreme. He was probably in his mid to late 40s and remembers when there were no hotels, and many people still lived in the stone buildings. He remembers horse drawn carts and unpaved roads. He says the town used to be a community of people who enjoyed time together, meals, ...
... were right, the next 36 house was indeed going to be a crowded house. Well 6.30 became 8.30 and finally turned into leaving Istanbul at 10.30. This was the first of many long waits, and it quickly became apparent that this event was only going to work if all of us exercised extreme patience. After a long day of mix ups and delays, we finally arrived at ANZAC at approximately 6.30 pm - 12 hours after we were first meant to be picked up. Thoughts were buzzing through my head ...