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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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... Museum which is a complex of composed churches dating back from the 4th century. Their were fresco drawing that we're just inspiring to see and all carved into these mountains made by volcanic rock. it was just like a fairy tale landscape and it transported you to another time and place.
Daz and I moved to a new pansion with a pool Yaaaaa!!!!!! and we bought a few decorations and memories of Turkey for our house which Daz will attempt to post ...
... an electric milking machine for sale! Next...on to the underground city of Kaymakli. Built thousands of years BC, it served as a hiding place for many groups of persecuted groups throughout the ages. Christians once lived there to hide from the Romans. It was 8 levels deep...we only went down 4 levels. Some of the tunnels were so low you had to almost duck walk thru them! They built churches, ...
... little tunnels and a secret underground world from the Roman years that they used to hide from their enemies, definitely some fascinating history there! After another full day of adventure I have now completed the journey back to Istanbul, sleep deprived and exhausted but full of amazing memories! After a day in Istanbul (probably going to be spent catching up on sleep!) it's off to the Greek islands where I will be finally reunited with my long lost boyfriend for a romantic ...
... one of the campsite's wonderful showers, we were ready to go on an organised tour of the Cappadocian landscape, including more of the Fairy Chimney's and an underground city.
We had a couple of stops at some landscapes, and an explanation that the chimney's were
formed when different layers of sedimentary, then volcanic rock was laid upon the landscape and then eroded over time. People have built houses and hotels etc in the chimney's for many years.
We started out with the Goreme Open Air Museum, which is a tightly knit group of homes and churches. A lot of the buildings have eroded pretty badly, but it is impressive to see how many of the paintings inside are still vibrantly colored. The only problem with this place is that we came on a weekend so there were way too many people. Every room we tried to go into was difficult and annoying because of all the tourists. Our tour ...