Goreme Kaya Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... go up in the dark and the sun rises as you are flying. The second session goes up just after sunrise so you don't get the brilliance of the sunrise but I suppose you get more daylight time to see the extent of the area the whole time. Both sessions costs the same. I guess they just have THAT many tourists that they need to have two fly seasons to accommodate everyone. And there are different sized baskets too, some take 24 people max, 20, 16, etc. ...
... over. The key was up! The kickstand was up! My shin was getting bruised and scraped! The man who took my picture tried to help me. He checked the gas. He checked the spark plug. He called the office. The two young men were not nearly as pleasant this time. One jumped on my bike, started it, and said "IT'S EASY!" before taking off again. After I told his angry back that I wouldn't bother him again, I decided to just keep the bike running for the rest of the afternoon. ...
... caves. They let one of us have a go at making a pot too. Each one of the pots were hand painted too. They are such detailed designs. Every time we have a tour of somewhere, we get a free drink.... I'm loving apple tea here.... will try to source it when I get home. The pottery was nice but expensive..... And I'm still recovering from my rug purchase. Some ...
Up at 7.30am to watch the balloons today and they were already up and moving in a different direction away from the town. David wants to get up at 6.00am tomorrow! As he has very kindly passed his cold on to me, I might just sleep in!
We walked through the Rose Valley today. What a spectacular walk. It would have to rate up there with the Santorini cliff top walk, but fortunately it ...
... like android dolls on sticks or swords. It culminated with a fireworks display. It all had that innocent feel of a country fair. We learned that there used to be wine tastings but this government is rather staunchly Moslem, so those days are over for the time being. A bit sad having a grape harvest festival and no wine tastings - but then again, it was so refreshing not having to step out of the way of gangs of drunken youths. I must be getting ...