Anatolian Cave Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... move underground, lock stock and barrel. This 'city' could hold about 3000 people and it's believed that they withstood sieges of up to three months. I cannot imagine three months without the sun! After our visit to the Kaymakli Underground City (one of several) I can all too well imagine LIVING – well enduring down there.
Kaymakli is about 30 kilometres from where we are staying so Brutus came into play. It was ...
... what I like to call a tractormobile, pulling a wagon with all sorts of equipment behind him. This tractor guy came over and tinkered with the bike for a while, removing the spark plug, checking the gas. I showed him my receipt with the phone number of the rental place and he called them for me to explain the problem. They would come soon to help. "Have a nice day!" he said as he went back to his vehicle. I sat on the cub and waited until these two young men showed up and ...
... put a hold on the sus payments and we should have no prob getting our money back. Our second day started out much better. A 3.30am start to arrive at our hot air balloon company office. By 5am we are ascending with 100 other balloons over the ghostly moonscape. Our very skilled pilot stayed so low that at first we were almost able to touch the tops of the structures. As sunrise approached we ascended higher to take in the 360 degree pinkish magical vista. ...
... The hour seemed to fly by (haha) and after seeing the world from above, we were on the way back down to earth. We headed for an empty field as a car and trailer raced over to where we were. Between the pilot, the car driver, and the ground crew, we also landed directly on the trailer with no need to use the brace position, the emergency exits, the life jackets, or the inflatable slides :)
So, with there being no 'fly' options available ...
... land in Dalaman which is an hour away from Fethiye. I had not booked a pickup since it was too expensive, and I figured I could do it on my own using the public transportation. I got the 8 pm bus, and it was already dark. Not a single tourist from the plane got on. It was me and four locals, and the ride brought me to Fethiye after 9 pm. Although I finally just took a cab to the hotel instead of another bus, it still cost me about one-fifth the cost ...