Goreme Kaya Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
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... began to feel a bit queasy. My limit under there was about 40 minutes and then I was more than ready to get the hell out of their. People were born, grew up and died never leaving these cities. I started finding parallels with the tunnel systems in the Vietnam War - it was all juet bloody spooky. Given the rain was showing no signs of stopping we didn't have a lot of options after that so we headed toward a town called Amanos for lunch and a particularly ...
... who couldn't speak French so instead rang her daughter to talk English with me while poor Brad was in his own awkward language free conversation with the men. Eventually we managed to thank them and be on our way. Dinner was fun that evening, a Cappadocian speciality is kebab/stew cooked in a ceramic pot which is smashed open at the table. Our waiter upon learning that we were poor backpackers staying on the edge of ...
... morrendo de sono. Mas meu “presente” não veio. O moço me disse para voltar a dormir que meu vôo de balão foi cancelado. Voltei a tentar dormir, parecendo uma criança emburrada, triste, pois não teria outra chance de voar de balão na Cappadocia, pelo menos não dessa vez. Quando acordei novamente algumas horas depois, o dia estava lindo, céu azul, um clima delicioso para caminhada. O João trocou uma idéia com um amigo Irariano que estava no nosso hostel e ...
... pitch began! Well of course the one we liked was $2500....remember this was for a small wall hanging! They negotiated it down to $1600, but we opted out. I think we can find a cheaper memento to bring back! But they were gorgeous rugs. The most expensive one was a a VERY small rug of The Last Supper....$54,000!!!!!! What an amazing day! We have a group dinner tonite. Tomorrow at 4:00 AM is our pick up for the balloon ride! Can't ...
... an onyx workshop and shop, a second hand ceramic outlet and a veritable emporium bursting with old artefacts: probably mostly from Turkish life of up to 100 years ago.
I also managed to get my feet washed as the local road sweeper trundled past and spurted out a jet of water which I failed to avoid.
An early start meant an early finish, so it was back on board and back to the hotel by 3pm for a welcome break before an early supper and ...