Alfina Hotel Cappadocia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ended up at a carpet shop where I couldn't resist a cute flowery fez for myself! Then we drove around the Urgup-Cavusin-Uchisar-Goreme area which included the Zelve Open Air Museum which once housed one of the largest ...
... So I do and it is a delightful one, enjoying goat milk based ice-cream and sweet pistachio baklava! The 12 lira (3 euro) are happily spend on this!
Further along the mountain roads, going slow, I spot Möngel Magarari village. A local guy guides me to the cave at a natural river stream at the back of the lack. The decision to camp here is made on the spot. This guy also invites me for food at his house, or so I think to understand. Half an hour later we ...
... and chat together. There is a resident pup at this place - she is very playful and bitey and gives the cats a bit of a hard time but cute as a button - I would say maybe beagle foxy cross - she has naughty spots on her tummy.
Last night was a surprisingly noisy night - lots of dogs barking and then around 3.00 am some drums banging - something to do with Ramadan which is being observed at the moment - good Muslims fast from daybreak ...
... the little bit of tomato sauce. Our guide told me that it is a specially in this region. I have to say that every meal I have had here was been great, and everything that our guide had recommended has been spot on. He told us that where we will be getting on our boat there is a great place for seafood. I can't wait. Tomorrow is a free day for us so there might not be much to report on. We are going for a hike and a Turkish Nights for dinner. There will be dancing as well as belly ...
In Goreme, one of the primary draws is the Goreme open air museum, which is a cluster of cave dwellings and churches – some of which are quite elaborately frescoed – just outside of town. It is heavily attended by tour groups; while we did visit here on our third day, the first day we crossed the street and hiked in the completely deserted hills and valleys there. The kids had great fun scrambling around, climbing, spelunking, ...