Buyukhanli Park Hotel & Residence
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... left, then that occurrence making us the old exchange students. Of course I was very sad as all of us were very close but we knew they had to leave and we knew it was going to happen, come on, what lasts forever these days anyway.
Now also as a side note, these following blogs will be different as I was in the places that I went for too long to do a day by day blog, I will only describe where I was, something’s that happened and those that we did because you ...
... trip from Asia Minor (now Turkey) to Beijing took 6 months. The route was 8500kms & carvanseri were built every 50km to accommodate the travellers & their animals.
We arrived in the Cappadocia area to a hotel built in the style of cave dwellings. Our room was delightful. Took a walk to the town where we found a wine shop with an underground cellar that was built into rock & lined with carpets & cushions for seating. A bit of wine tasting was voted ...
... fat! They looked bright enough though and the people saddling them up were treating them nicely so of we went.
It was a shame that the guide we had was riding a young skittish horse and he was leading Kayla's horse. He was friendly though and could speak English so that helped. A small section where the young horse made Kayla's horse jump back gave her a bit of a fright but by the end of our ride she decided to have the lead off. Unfortunately the horses was ...
... REALLY long time.
One of the things I hold highly as a pet hate, is sitting in the middle of 3 on a plane. Unfortunately this was the case for the 4 hour ride to Istanbul. I pulled myself together. The flight to Istanbul was fairly dull, there was a young lad sat next to me who was watching me draw various things in my sketchpad. We ended up finding common ground and having a few races of Temple Run 2 (clearly a universal language). They handed round Turkish delight ...
... topped off with some great ice cream.
That night we have our farewell dinner in the hotel restaurant. Not too special a location or meal, but a nice last gathering of the large group. Tomorrow 12 of us will travel on to Izmir.
The evening mood is disrupted by the discovery that the hotel can't find my laundry. Again, I have to involve Mustafa in a search for my lost belongings. He just might be thinking I'm a little jinxed!