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TravelPod Member ReviewsKookaburra Pension Goreme
Lovely little Pension in the middle of Goreme
Clean and cosy, no complaints, would definitely recommend, good value
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We reluctantly left Niksar this morning as we had just adopted 2 new baby puppy strays, gorgeous, but we must move on, got to get to Side Antalya for 1st August because my Mum, daughter Rachael, son in law Robin and granddaughters Melissa and Maise are coming out for a week, can't wait to see them We had a fabulous ride down to Nevishir took the …
... pre-dawn sky is filled with a party-scape of multi-coloured hot air balloons. There used to be over a hundred balloons flying in a single morning, but recently limits have been introduced and the numbers reduced. It is as much a draw card to be on the ground watching them as it is to be flying. The more skilled pilots will fly low over and between the pinnacles, at times almost brushing the sides before soaring rapidly for a real bird's eye view. ...
Tuesday 22 April
Today was a drive day, we drove for about 10 hours (with a lunch stop and a couple of pee stops) from Pamukkale to somewhere random on the side of the road on the way to Goreme, and our first bush camp. Thankfully it was sunny therefore setting up the tents was not too much of a hardship. Hopefully it will remain that way.
The quality of service station toilets have also taken a dip for the worse as well, I think we are in squat toilet territory ...
... there'll be one standing on its own. You'll see it in the photos. In some places the indigenous have cut holes in them to live in, a poor man's version of Petra. There are some old Christian churches as well, although to be honest I had a lot of walking to do that day so didn't stick around when you can see something really impressive of this nature in Jordan.
It's hard to describe in words without ...
... area. It was excellent. We got the chance to walk around for a while on our own so we really got to explore the area.
We then did the obligatory tour stop at a shop, but they showed us how they make clay pots on an old kickwheel. It was pretty interesting to hear about and see. The prices of their pieces was pretty low too. If I wasn't travelling for so much longer I would have considered getting something, but that was a headache ...