Goreme Kaya Hotel
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... English and asked us around small villages. Today walked up Mt. Nemrut to view relics and the sunset. Went hot air ballooning was so amazing. Spent two days exploring Cappadocia beautiful sites. As we move to the coast we are seeing many mor tourists than we saw in eastern Turkey. Last two weeks of my trip. Excited to see some interesting places and enjoy the coast ...
... on a banana chair in the TV room with my new besties, as we watched the highlights of the Turkish Football League…yep, not something that you do every day. I then got dressed and noticed that I was feeling refreshed and clean, as opposed to violated and dirty. Apparently Jen’s experience was very similar to mine.
We drove back to the hotel, had the amazing buffet again, and were in bed by 8.30 pm – totally exhausted, minds blown and bodies pure.
... brought the balloons up the valley very close to us.
One was so low over-head, Dave identified the home region of the passengers – from their eye shape!
In between the excursions we have just loved sitting under the awning, cooled by a breeze and admiring the stunning view. The again there’s a very nice swimming pool too. Well, another chapter closes. We have a very special reason for loading up and moving on, ...
... smoothly as the landscape below, ending with Mustafa ( who was the spitting image of Sylvestor Stalline) landed this immense craft squarely into the trailer that had towed the balloon to our mountainous launching pad. That was mind blowing moment no. 3! What followed next was about 30 minutes of photo opportunities, champagne and much laughter as each of us recovered from our breakfast of adrenaline. You would think that that would be enough for one day, wouldn't you. ...
... beautiful patisserie yesterday before we caught the train, and ordered a Turkish tea, the lady kept coming out and putting little savouries on our plate and then came back with mini chocolate eclairs!
We arrived at Kayseri in darkness at 6.30pm with a heavy smog hanging over it! It seems to be a big industrial city with over a million people.
Kayseri is located at the foot of the extinct volcano Mount Erciyes that towers 3916 m over the city.