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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 …
... was worth it because I got to a massive salt lake. I wrote a long poem about today so I will let that tell the story, it's in the pictures. I got some really nice panoramas today of the lake. This website doesn't do justice to these types of pictures, so have a snoop around the Google+ album ...
... town of Goreme lay below us, illuminated in the setting sun.
We actually had previously attempted to hot air balloon, on our honeymoon in New Zealand, but they had to cancel the trip due to weather conditions. We wanted to maximize the likelihood that we would get to fly in Cappadocia, so I had booked a balloon trip for our very first morning--that way, we would have three more mornings on which to rebook if we couldn't go up on the first day. Since we ...
... for the bus instead, then headed back towards the bus station and went in a little music shop we'd passed a few times where some English and Turkish people were hanging out. We chatted to them about music and hung out for about 10 minutes before it was time to go back to the bus. It was running late though, and Darren chatted with a couple of Aussies from Sydney, then the bus finally showed up, which ended up being a shuttle bus to Nevsehir, where we had ...
... are other cave villages in the world, but most are dwarfed by the sheer scale of Cappadocia, one of Turkey's unique attractions. After three days of squeezing into doorways, exploring secret passageways, wandering in cave cathedrals and climbing to glorious vistas over rose coloured valleys splashed with autumn hues - we were, simply, out of breath. The pictures below say it all.
I couldn't find any bowling alleys (for my twinkle toes) in Cappadocia, though. Wilmaaaaaaaaa!
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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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