Yellow Roses Panoramic Cave Hotel

Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Goreme

KapadoKYA

A travel blog entry by kyajade

68

... not into jewellery, so I just wandered around pretty quickly. The best part was the free apple tea they gave us as we browsed! I found another room which was more interesting, it had lots of little figurines and cool things made from different types of stones. There was a set of elephants that looked cool, which apparently if you put them around your house, in one year you will own that house! They also had some pretty chess sets and some large pieces of stone with preserved bugs in ...

Cappadocia!

A travel blog entry by msgee

... Tour guide picked me up promptly at 9:30 a.m. He told us his name was Surcen but his Indian tourists call him "Shah Rukh Khan" because it's a similar sound. That's the only way I remembered his name throughout the day. On the tour were seven other people -- an Indian couple (PhD students in Ireland), two friends from Brazil (lawyers) and three Chinese. One Chinese woman, travelling alone, was late for every meeting point/time, but it was a good ...

Exploring Life in Cappadocia

A travel blog entry by bob_and_lana

16

... s family, as well as at all of the day's locales.

After making our departure from Mehmet's parents' home, we headed back to our hotel for some down time. Later in the evening we all went to a restaurant on the banks of a nearby river for a fish dinner. It was the end of another interesting and good day in Turkey.

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Quad Bikes and Water Pipes

A travel blog entry by sarah_and_ox

15

... to the hire shop. Making our way back down the way we came we eventually made it back into town, went to the quad hire shop and explained our fruitless fuel search. After explaining it the hire shop owner said that its ok and he will simply charge us for the extra fuel. We wish we had known that in the first place as the additional cost was only about 8 australian dollars for both of us. But once the hire shop was paid up and everyone was happy we headed to a near ...

Moving East

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels

57

... aware you were getting away from the more tourist areas when the Turkish / Kurdish men were all smoking inside. I went for a coffee (which I annoyingly wasn't able to get) and headed towards a cafe. The men in there were ecstatic to see a western tourist and kept buying me tea and attempted to chat in their broken English. However, I'm not a fan of the tea and especially not of the quantity of sugar they use, but what can you do. Luckily I used to have a technique where it ...

       

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