Cappadocia Cave Resort & Spa
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... pay an extra $10k than you would have before the $1k new set of bed covers and rental furniture and if the agent organises a 'special viewing' you already feel obliged. This I have learnt often comes in the form of water...or it's close cousin, tea. Don't get me wrong there is kindness at its heart as well, but if your taxi driver stops at a petrol station to buy water for himself and you, or a banana on the way from a highway street vendor...or the transfer ...
... reach religious ecstasy.
Here is a paragraph from their brochure, describing why they twirl:
"Contemporary science confirms that the fundamental condition of our existence is revolving. There is no object, no being which does not revolve and the shared similarity among beings is the revolution of the electrons and protons. In the atoms, which constitute the structure of the smallest partial to the stars far in the sky. As a consequence of ...
... map of what's where and what to see, he also advised us about the air balloons. You can do it for cheap, but they put 30 people in a 20max basket or you can pay mega bucks through an online company, or you can get Ali to call I'd assume his cousin, or cousins sisters husband and cut you a sweet deal. We went for this option! It was still early and forecasted rain for later so we set off on a hike through the rose valley. The scenery was amazing, like nothing I've ever seen. It ...
... apart from Debbie.
We climbed again. The weather was cool, breezy and cloudy. As long as we kept riding, we weren't cold. Uchisar is a fascinating place - see description
"Uchisar is situated at the highest point in Cappadocia, on the Nevsehir-Goreme road, just 5 km from Goreme. The top of the Uchisar Castle, provides a magnificent panorama of the surrounding area with Mount Erciyes in the distance."
We were advised by ...
... very quiet. Winter was coming, and the antipodean backpacker hordes had moved on to warmer pastures. This had its benefits though, it felt like I had the place all to myself.
I elected not to go ballooning. Please hold your howls of derision for one minute and let me explain. (A) Ballooning is expensive. Like "I-could-live-for-two-weeks-in-India-on -that" expensive. (B) Balloons fly low over the valleys to give you a close view of ...