Cappadocia Cave Suites
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... Breathtaking. All of those and more. The views out as the sun rose. The other balloons. The landscape. Just absolutely wonderful. I didn't expect it to be quiet. The silence as you floated was beautiful. We were 900 metres up! We had a wonderful young pilot who was trained by the man who was the best pilot in Cappadocia. Of course our pilot is now the best pilot in Cappadocia. And had personality plus! He has flown balloons in Dubai, ...
... with fairy chimneys around them, we came down near a lone formation, then we were just hovering above horses in a paddock.....boring! Not to mention when he came down to land we nearly clipped power lines and cars! All the things you don't wanna connect with! Because balloon tours are one of the must popular activities here, you will be hard pressed to find anyone willing to give you a discount. And there are two fly seasons. One on sunrise proper, ...
... to the top. The very top was roped off, probably due to more danger than I was already in. I could see the whole town from there, and fields beyond, and Mount Erciyes in the distance. This town is tinier than Goreme, with smaller homes and stores, all wearing tile roofs. Back at my bike, I couldn't get it to start! It had a kick start that kept bashing me in the shin every time I tried to use it! An old man approached, watched me for a while, and then called over this ...
... to look at while we waited for our flight, which took off half an hour late at about 07.30. An hour and five minutes after that we arrived at Nevsehir Airport, where we were picked up and taken to our amazing hostel/hotel in Goreme.
Fantastic place, fantastic setting amongst lots of fabulous 'fairy chimney' rock formations. Our hotel is built into one of them! We were welcomed with free tea, coffee and plate of delicious, moist cheese puff things. After half ...
... After an hour or so exploring here we headed towards the well-known Rose Valley and again went off the beaten track (not hard to do here considering the choice of trails) discovering a hidden gorge with ancient cave homes and tunnel caverns carved by flooded creeks and our own private rose coloured vista rarely seen by others. After a couple of hours in the scorching heat around here are bodies were flaking fast so we took to the roadways for ...