4ODA Cave House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We arrived at our hotel after a one hour plane trip south east. Our accommodation is another amazing cave house carved out of the side of a mountain. Was once the residence of a local family. Absolutely beautiful. The following day we embarked on a private tour which was terrific. We visited the valleys where the amazing Fairy Chimneys have been …
We arrived here by plane, then a bus ride to our hotel which is another cave house. Only this time the caves are carved out of mountains of rock. The first day here we did a tour around to see how the amazing 'Fairy Chimneys' were made. We also saw heaps of pigeons which have been an important creature in this area. The people used the pigeon eggshells crushed up to make plaster and the pigeon poo for fertiliser for their crops. Rylee and Charli got a little ride ...
Think outback Australia, scorching temperatures and zero humidity, Turkish lentil soup, a lunar desert landscape, high volcanic rock pinnacles with Christian hideaways chiselled into the limestone from the 4th ...
... we had been in the van all day yesterday and the last thing I wanted to do was to voluntarily be in the van more than I had to. However, once we saw this magical land, I quit complaining. Cappadocia has the strangest mountains and land formations I've ever seen. It has all kinds of mountains, but they end up looking like gnome pueblos, and there's also formations called Fairy Chimneys. I'll include pictures of them, because they really look like something from ...
... One of the stops was more interesting to me than just the view. Our guide, Peri was talking to a rather attractive Turkish man (a fellow guide looking after 5 Japanese tourists). A number of us female travellers happened to notice his looks. We all climbed back onto the bus after our 15 min break time and our guide, Peri, got wind that I thought her friend was rather cute......she offered to take a photo of us.....I jumped at the ...