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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... We managed to get by with broken French, a funny situation really. It turned out they had just started the fire to boil the water which they then needed to use to brew the tea, all a rather lengthy process especially with limited shared language skills. We finally had the tea ready which we were constantly told to top up. It was a lovely funny sort of afternoon tea break, we even got bikkies :) I was then sent to chat with ...
... have arrived. I check the driver. I feel fine. Travelling alone with no fixed destination is a lot more relaxing than following in convoy and with a set destination that must be achieved.
So let's go for it. I head back out of the Konya nightmare and am soon on the open road again. This is thinly populated country, the dual carriageway road traversing a high plain with very few villages or sign of habitation. It is chilly ...
... some kind of noise keeping you up. We arrived around 9am and immediately went for day long tour of the Cappadocia region. Cappadocia is famous for two things: hot air balloons and fairy chimney caves. The latter is a geographic formation formed by weak volcanic rock weathered by wind from 360 degrees, creating something that looks like a flannel cake. The inside generally seems to be hollow, creating a nice cave which some Turkish people live in. One ...
... history and we knew that it was a bit dodgy and were taking a risk by relying on it, but for the few weeks leading up to our trip we had no problems so we thought we would be ok. Turns out we were wrong! We decide to pray about it, sleep on it, and see what the morning brings. DAY 5 Today was another big driving day as we headed south-west to Pamukkale. Before we left, Matt spoke to our guide and he told us he would be able to help us get to a computer shop in a couple of days ...
... were in various states of repair. Some almost untouched, others with their eyes and faces destroyed, and others just a hint. I think it would be better to see these first then Petra.
The rest of the day we went scrambling over hills to see other rock homes, but they were not very interesting and mainly had rubbish in them. I think it would have been better to be in the valley's rather than scrambling over the top. Tomorrow we are on a tour of the more far ...