Gul Konaklari - Sinasos (Rose Mansions)
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... take it. But I would definitely prefer the south of France :) so watch this space dear followers for updates :) Jeudi 29 août 2013: Last day in Goreme :( overnight bus to Cannakkale tonight, I leave at 6pm and don't arrive until 10am the following day. Don't envy this part of my life, it's epically epically ordinary. Overnight transport, whilst good because it is accommodation and transport in one, is lousy for energy levels. It's fast becoming the bane of my existence. ...
... balance rock forms. Then to the Goreme Open Air Museum, the site of a monastic community 1600 years old. Filled with frescoes churches, it reminded me of the Dunhuang Caves in China. They showed lots of damage. The only commercial trip was to a communal carpet factory. Back for dinner and entertainment of string, drum, tambourine, voice and ...
... look there’s dad!’ ...
... full of fairy chimneys. And a camel. I really wanted to ride the camel, but they smelled real bad and I have limited clothes with me. It was a beautiful place to watch the sun go down.
A few of you have asked about the silk worms. I’m not sure if the worms are still in there or what the purpose of creating this silk cocoon is. I do know that the silk comes out of the worm’s mouth and it creates a mile of silk in about ...
... me got out for pictures too since he said he’d lived here over 50years and never been there. So the guy generously drove me back into town and dropped me in the centre where I walked back home (yay I survived my first ‘hitch hiking’ experience – now waiting for the comments to roll in about how I shouldn’t do it). I got back to the hostel ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking