Goreme Kaya Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Goreme
... Coffee in the morning would have been great.
We stopped about every 2hr during the night which was good to get out and stretch. Always at an overpriced truck stop with all the other busses. At the 5.30 stop it was 3 degrees outside and felt every bit of it.
We spent most of the night travelling through flat farming land, like the wheatbelt kind of farming land, and get to Goreme in the hills. Everywhere around town is up ...
... back, it is built almost entirely or the local tufa stone. Rocky outcrops can be easily hollowed out for storage and houses, and many have been made into homes with little balconies and neat paths. Some are high on the ridges, shrouded in snow. The whole place is devoid of any vegetation, giving it a lunar-landscape look. Tourism seems to be the only employment here, but it's doing pretty well!
Tomorrow is balloon ...
After a brilliant day in Antalya, the night was not so good. Nearly everyone in the group came down with food poisoning on our second night. I came out the best with nausea, Tor vomited most of the night, and the others in the group had vomiting and dioreahhea. We were a sorry sight the next morning and delayed our travels until the afternoon. I suspect the delicious roadside meal we had had the day before, however you never know, but given that everyone was ...
... tunnelling our way through the valley floor, scurrying up steep paths to view various churches along the way. It was pretty *******m hot, and just after our lunch break we were down to 1.5 litres of water, only half of our supply left and we weren't half way in - whips. The rationing began as did the close eyes of the rest of the group every time you took a sip to make sure you weren't having more than your share. We reached the fruit juice place... So so thirsty, but followed ...
... at home still working at 11-45
at night. It was very good and pretty cheap at only £8.40.
David our financial advisor told us to
damn the expense and go for a hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia
in the morning but as it's his job to spend other peoples money, and at
€120 each he can keep his counsel to himself. Instead we will do
the touristy stuff on terra firma and keep our cash in our pockets.