Aravan Evi Boutique Hotel
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A lot of driving today from the Cappadocia region to the nation's capital, Ankara. Much of the drive was on a highish plateau sometimes going up to the snow line. The countryside was pretty boring and there was rain and fog - a good day to travel. We were really grateful we had the balloon ride yesterday as the flights this morning were cancelled. On the way we visited a ceramics factory. There was some very beautiful pieces and as with the rug people, the ceramics ...
Great news, we managed to get the balloon ride this morning. It meant a 4.30am start and I was awake at 3.30 but it was worth it! The experience is magical, there is no other way to describe it. I thought I might be a bit nervous not being a person for heights, but I felt no vertigo or fears right from the lift off. The flight is quiet apart from the whooshing of the burners and the other travellers. It wasn't even that cold despite the fact we had many layers of clothing on. In ...
Today started well. Nearly everyone had had a good night's sleep and while the stomachs were a bit tender and no one was much inclined to eat, at least everyone was ready to continue the tour. We awoke to cold, snow and fog in Konya, but it wasn't too long before the fog burned off to a lovely sunny day. We didn't spend much time in Konya, just long enough to visit the Mevlana Museum. The Mevlana museum is dedicated to Mevlana who founded the order of the ...
After a brilliant day in Antalya, the night was not so good. Nearly everyone in the group came down with food poisoning on our second night. I came out the best with nausea, Tor vomited most of the night, and the others in the group had vomiting and dioreahhea. We were a sorry sight the next morning and delayed our travels until the afternoon. I suspect the delicious roadside meal we had had the day before, however you never know, but given that everyone was ...
We hired a car for the day and drove to Avanos a nearby town to look at one of the ceramic factories. We were given a demonstration of pottery on the wheel and David chose the most difficult product for the guy to make. It was a type of ancient wine decanter which is made in four sections. He made the main section only which was incredible to see. Then we saw two of the lady paint artists working on different products.
We were then shown the ...