Yellow Roses Panoramic Cave Hotel

Address: Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey | Hostel
 
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Travel Blogs from Goreme

Hot air ballooning, hiking + fairy chimneys

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Nov 14, 2014

1 comment, 39 photos

... up to 750 metres up, with the sun rising over the mountains, looking down into the valleys studded with the amazing rock formations, floating in and out of canyons, so still and peaceful except for the blow of hot air breaking the silence every now and then. We counted between 70-80 hot air balloons floating through the Cappadocian sky that morning (and this is quiet season?!), and although you might think being one of so many balloons might detract from the experience, it ...

And Reunited

A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Sep 19, 2014

8 photos

... gloom. It's a windy mountain road until I hit the motorway and turn north for Izmir. This road is new and has an electronic toll system that is a complete mystery to me and presumably for any other foreign visitors.



I reckon it is controlled by some sort of transponder in or on your vehicle, but there are no explanation signs, no evidence of a method of purchase and no personnel manning the barriers to provide assistance. ...

Cappadocia: Hot Air Ballooning Over Fairy Valley

A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Jul 05, 2014

9 comments, 18 photos

... in a balloon once, and I bungee jumped out of it for my 21st birthday. So stupid. The more rational and mature me looked at the company's safety record before choosing. I had a few butterflies as Chad and I hurled ourselves into the enormous basket (not out of it), at dawn. Others from all over the world did the same in 100 colorful balloons surrounding us, all rising to different levels, floating about. It was incredible, ...

Turkey - Part 2

A travel blog entry by robbynpeter on Jul 04, 2014

72 photos

... are descendants of past sultans. The Bosphorus is the gateway to the Black Sea. This waterway divides european Turkey from asian Turkey. It connects the sea of Marmarus to the Black Sea and is a major waterway for shipping. The ferry trip takes us under the huge suspension bridges to a small village and return. The day was hot and we dripped with sweat. Back on land in Istanbul we have dinner, farewell our NZ friends and prepare for our Orient Express ...

The Land of the Turks - Part 2 (16th-20th June)

A travel blog entry by matt.stevie on Jun 16, 2014

47 photos

... get our laptop sorted, so we are able to relax a little and try to enjoy the day. Our first stop for the day was at an old trading fort called Sultanhani. These forts were very common in ancient times as they guarded the Silk Road trading route from east to west through Turkey. It is no longer in use today, but it is still in quite good condition so we were able to look around and get a bit of an idea of what it would've been like when it was up and running. After a couple ...