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Jacqui is feeling much better, still wary but definitely on the rebound. We spent the night in Ankara in a hotel where no one spoke English, my Turkish is non-existent. I had a problem with the electronic key which I finally communicated to the front desk guys. One came up and he fiddled about and tried 6 or 8 times, finally got it to work once and …
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Busy day yesterday. First stop, Salt Lake. It's like our Great Salt Lake, only much, much smaller. It is supposedly the second saltiest, after the Dead Sea, so now I have been to number one and two. Had Lunch in the Ihlara Valley before our two hour hike up to the …
This area is called Cappadocia, which has some unique features. I am not able to put these images into words, so am uploading some pictures. More to follow.
We are here in Goreme for three nights. Today is a free day, but I opted for the optional tour (It means you have to pay extra) which included a visit to The Goreme Open Air Museum, a …
One major difference between North America and the rest of the world is time. Here, everything starts later. Breakfast starts at 8:00 AM. I go into coffee withdrawal every morning! Lunch is after 1:00 PM, and last night, we left the hotel for Turkish Night at 9:15 PM. There is always a lot of bread, and I tasted all the dips (I think about eight …
Did not hear the pre-dawn call for prayer but up after 0530. Only change to morning routine was getting in my 3 mosques before brekkie. Will tend to your Rwanda blog soon, Roddy.
Started brekkie with Sheila, Robert dropping by to get a coffee for Madame. The Canberra Crowd came next, Vietnam getting several recollections. Had a Nescafe …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCiner Hotel Goreme
We spent three nights at the Ciner Hotel Sept 2012. It was a bit rough around the edges, and quite basic but it was alright. People come to this area because of the amazing landscape, and this hotel was a good base to explore from. It was just out of the town, but easily walkable. The room was fairly clean, and the food was just ok. The staff seemed quite young but they were nice enough. It has an accessible roof which is a great spot to watch the balloons early in the morning. The call to prayer echoes across the valley and it's really enchanting, but there are lots of stray dogs about that seem to be barking constantly. If you want a base for a couple of nights it's fine.
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