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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... my Nemrut tour picked me up along with several Canadians and we traveled about 9 hours to Adiyaman, one of the larger cities that is relatively close to Mt. Nemrut. We spent the night there, and then left the hotel at 5 am on Tuesday to start the drive to the mountain. Nemrut is a little over 2,000 meters high, and while we didn't quite make it to the top in time for the sunrise, we were treated to some amazing views in the early morning light, which also ...
... though. It is 40TL each for B&B and a chicken barbecue dinner is around 20TL. We wolf it down with Efes and wine, very hungry after a long day covering 660km from Van.
It is strange being in the middle of nowhere with no idea of the surroundings. The crickets chirrup, the heavens are filled with stars, there is an altitude chill to the air, but what it looks like will have to wait for the ...
... planned to visit at sunrise the next day, but we got to our hotel much earlier than we'd anticipated due to the frequent ferries across the Euphrates. We had heard that sunset on top of the mountain wasn't as crowded as sunrise, so we decided to go for sunset the night we got in (and, conveniently, sleep in the next morning).
Two hours before sunset, we drove 15 minutes to the site's car park, and walked the remaining 600 meters to ...
... of vodka and no dinner. We were kicked off the truck so decided to have a tent party, although only Shaz and Glyn turned up neither disappointed. Shaz arrived in style and face planted out the front of our tent after tripping over our guide ropes. Then on leaving Glyn decided her legs weren't going to work anymore so that also provided us with some entertainment. Shall be interesting to see how they both shape up in the ...
We all head back down the mountain. The weather has gotten worse and it begins to snow. But then it turns to hard, cold driving rain. It actually hurts! We are all strung out along the path back down the mountain side. I'm in the first group to reach the tea house. I'm soaking wet, both inside and out of the rain parka. I have a hard time pulling it off as I wait in the dark and crowded tea house for some warm beverage. But, as the last of us are arriving, Mustafa ...