Urgup Evi Guest House
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... We had hoped to see more of Cappadocia from aboard a hot air balloon, but -- as elsewhere on our travels -- mother nature had other plans. Two 4am wakeup calls, two 45-minute trips to the launch site, two 1-hour waits...only to hear that atmospheric conditions were not favourable for a flight. Luckily, we were able to get back to sleep both times for a couple of hours before our ...
... I take comfort in the fact that I will find my own little oasis-places….and I do find them….
Nemrut Dagi NP
On my way to Nemrut Dagi NP I enjoy great landscape views, funny motorbike creations, lots of fruit sellers along the street (reminder of Romania and Iran), cows and sheep crossing the highway lazily, minarets everywhere, and no tourist in sight yet! Lots of farming and rural life in this area of Turkey. I stop at little family ...
... jammed packed full of adventure and exploring. It started with an early morning flight from Istanbul to Cappadocia and the moment I arrived at my hotel I set off on a day tour. We were taken to see many of the different valleys and villages in Cappadocia and I was blown away by the incredible rock formations and landscape - photos don't do this place justice! After a delicious buffet lunch over looking one of the beautiful valleys we were taken to see some traditional arts ...
... time watching Dad's Army on his ipad.
Sue [or Nursie] the 'let's get this party started' sort of gal, who kindly dressed John's leg, married to Mike the smiling, who is asleep within 5 minutes of the bus starting; small Ann married to big John and Zimbabwe Ann who spends her time holding up her ipad to take photos...
The learned doctor and his quiet wife who looks as if she sucks lemons but is no doubt very nice; the hen pecked would be professor who I ...
... overlooking Urgup, with the rooms being renovated caves that are now suites. We were again upgraded from a standard room to an executive cave room. We have two large rooms, both with king beds, connected to a hallway that extends outside a terrace. The bathroom, larger than most hotel rooms, also has a jacuzzi tub. But the best part is aTurkish haman in our bathroom, which is like a steam room, complete with all the encoutements needed for our own haman.