Urgup Evi Guest House
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... people. It was quite the maze! You could really get lost down there! I couldn't imagine living there at all! It was still quite neat to see though. Some of our guys got to try Turkish pancakes which are more like crepes and tortillas had a baby and I got to have some ice cream. We stayed at a wonderful hotel that had a great local buffet for dinner. All of the excellent food here is going to make me sad to go back to England. If I could ...
... similarly to the churches we saw in Ethiopia, but the wall paintings were quite different. Then we hiked back to have lunch. We ordered meatballs and fresh grilled trout, which again came out completely intact. In the past, our waiters have taken pity on us when we are served whole fish and de-boned it for us, but this time we were in a big group and the waiter didn't really have time for such nonsense. So we watched the ...
... to the point I could only eat a FODMAP, gluten free, dairy free and vegetarian diet which resulted in Harris Farm breakdowns, I have spent so much money on doctor appointments, specialists, vitamins, scans, medications and shopping spree pick me ups...that I could of significantly improved our future savings position or at least donated to someone that actually needed it and had real health problems to fight. And why? Because no matter what the ...
... hot in there!
When it came to my turn, I realised the loofer is quite rough and it was really sandpapering my skin!! I could actually see the skin slicking off!! Ouch!!! The marble was quite hot as I lay down on it on my back! This is not all that gentle a process!
After that, a rinse off and then next door to cool down in the Turkish Jacuzzi which was modern but set in the old setting of arches with ...
An easy drive from Ankara to Urgup in Cappadocia, Central Turkey.
We left the beautiful Ankara Divan hotel after a leisurely breakfast and headed east. A quick stop a Makro supermarket for lunch supplies and we were off into the wild 'east'. The roads were once again almost deserted and the countryside was, well, just vast. Most of the time it was rolling (not quite right but not mountainous either) ...