Cappadocia Cave Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... so cold, about 1200 metres above sea level with the view stretching across unbroken grass land to the horizon or to distant mountains.
There is a massive thunderstorm doing it's thing off to the right and as I enter Nevsehir large raindrops are falling on my head. But Goreme is only 10 km further on so head down in the dark I carry on and finally reach the destination I had planned to arrive at the following day.
... br> ...May my mind come alive today
To the invisible geography
That invites me to new frontiers,
To break the dead shell of yesterdays,
To risk being disturbed and changed.
May I have the courage today
To live the life that I would love,
To postpone my dream no longer
But do at last what I came here for
And waste my heart on fear no more.
- "A Morning Offering," from To Bless the Space Between Us, John O'Donohue
... in the area, of which 6 have been opened for visitors. Kamakli was very large, and able to hold more than 4000 people. Although it is thought that the beginnings of the tunnels were done more than 2000 years ago to protect against wild animals and cold weather, they really became intricate systems of cities and tunnels during the 10th and 11th centuries when Christians used them to escape persecution from the hands of Roman soldiers.
Kaymakli is 8 ...
... Had a lovely breakfast together and amongst other things, they shared with us that their grandson was going to attend the University of Maryland this fall after spending a gap year in Israel. What a coincidence!
We spent the rest of the day wandering around Uchisar and visiting the castle at the top of the hill. Had a nice late'ish lunch at the House of Memories Restaurant (recommended ...