Dervish Cave House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Were staying at the dorm caves in the rocks. Our hostel is made all from stone and we were lucky enough to get a private room as nikkis locker didn't work in our 20bed shared room We signed up for a full day tour which took us to ...
... natural springs which were believed to have healing properties. So of course it became a very rich and important city in the region. We entered the site on the outskirts of the ancient city, and walked down the Main Street of the necropolis - the city of the dead. Basically it was a huge cemetery. These ruins had only recently been discovered and as we walked down the road we could see excavation teams working on uncovering more of the ancient city. The ruins were incredibly ...
... were 100 balloons up when we were up so the sky was full. Spent about an hour in the air during sunrise (although it was slightly cloudy so didn't get the full effect but was still amazing). We had a really good pilot so had a smooth landing and were then given champagne (non-alcoholic unfortunately) and driven back to the campground. We arrived back at the campground about 7.30am and made breakfast then had a day tour ...
... area tomorrow, sorts a hot-air balloon ride for Belle and airport shuttles for Tuesday. Belle, as a result of very little sleep and over excitement, starts to cry when Ramazan books her hot air balloon! He's continued to tease her all day, giving her a shimmy-shake and asking if shes "excited" in a hilarious accent!
This afternoon we wandered through the cute little town and to the Open Air Museum (20TL) - an open area showing the over sized volcanic "ant-hills", which ...
... for the next hour. (The hotel owner later told me her name is "Pamuk," i.e. "cotton.") Dennis told me we had to leave her to go to dinner at some point, and though I stalled for a while, we did eventually put our white cotton cave cat down. I had heard rumors of a bar in town that serves nachos (really the only reason I was willing to leave Pamuk), so we decided to check it out for dinner. My magical fairyland luck continued, and they did indeed offer delicious ...