Goreme Kaya Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
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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 ...
... at the Ethnological Museum until 15 years after his passing his remains were moved to the Mausoleum on 10th November 1953. The architecture is simple, befitting of Antaturk's rejection of the ornamentation of the Ottoman era. There was so much to see in the beautifully designed museum that pays tribute to the man so many Turks respect. After lunch in Ankara we had a 1/ 1/2 hour drive along a smooth duel highway to the salt ...
... as in Istanbul, although in a completely different way, everywhere you look, every corner you round brings something unexpected and spectacular. We hiked up to a nearby viewpoint at sunset and were treated to a 360 degree panorama of wonderful. We then retired to chill on the raised cushion platform at our hostel, reflecting on how lucky we are, and anticipating our sunrise hot air balloon ride the next day. Me - with all of ...
... bench seats carved from the rock. Even the animals were catered for with feeding troughs hollowed out in the rock walls and holes bored for the leads to be tied to.
We then crashed for the afternoon, for a much needed recoup.
Later we walked up the hill to view the sunset and had a tasty tortilla for dinner.
A good night's sleep, a great breakfast and off we set on the local minibus to nearby Uchisar for the castle and walk back to Goreme through Pigeon ...