Elai Houses

Address: Uchisar, Cappadocia, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Uchisar


A travel blog entry by luzandkevin on Apr 15, 2015

3 comments, 21 photos

... to be fair, we wouldn't have done the hip off the big slick penis-head rock down onto the scrabbly tranny.)  anyway, everything is funner on a bike.  there is definitely that thing though, that you don't see as much as you zoom along; we were happy that we mostly picked a trail to ride that we had already hiked. and then there was the human intervention element.  it's not enough apparently that all these reallly cool structures exist to delight us.  the previous inhabitants ...

Caves of Kapadokya (Cappadocia)

A travel blog entry by helenbond1953 on Sep 25, 2014

4 comments, 7 photos

... beside a large old embossed round metal table, perfect for taking our Turkish tea, and I must be able to find a hookah somewhere. And I can't believe it - there is even a little fireplace set into the wall about head height with wood all set to burn. Across the room there is a curtain, through which lies our bathroom, a cool space of mirrors and ancient stone and wood. From here I can move out into the real world through metre thick stone walls guarded by a ...

Cappadocian Castles

A travel blog entry by mariahdacosta on Aug 30, 2014

11 photos

... another UNESCO recognised site, for its ancient churches/ chapels with frescos and other community and religious rooms. If only the sun was not quite so fierce, we could have been a little more energetic. We did visit the Turkish Albert Einstein's workshop , a master of Ceramics where beautiful pottery is made. Amazingly we resisted the temptations placed in front of us. ...

Cappadocia - Fairy Chimneys

A travel blog entry by livingthedream on Jun 07, 2014

7 photos

... Pigeons were sacred and their dropping were collected for fertiliser. Each pigeon house was owned by a family, once a year they would climb into the mountain caves and collect the droppings and eggs. Not an easy feat. Visited an underground city in Derinkuyu, completely carved out by hand….. completely blew me away…. Visited a winery for wine tasting, a nut and seed store and a precious stones making business.

Tips for travellers:

Tours – As ...

Up Up and away

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on May 20, 2014

1 comment, 96 photos

... the balloon ride this morning with some of their Aussie rotary mates. The ballonist, a local, had been a student of his and there was an element of lightheartedness and joviality throughout the flight in the basket.

When the balloon finally took flight, I could hardly feel it and before I knew it, we were several metres up in the air. What was overwhelming about the flight was how quiet and calm it was. Yes, every now ...