Gunes House Hotel
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... look very pretty wrapped in this white cloak. It wasn’t very heavy in most places but the snow line that had been about 2300m was now down to 1700m the height of the lake.
On the bright side, it was very bright with the sun shining out of an almost clear blue sky and reflecting off the white snow and the lake a bright blue too. Because of the snow though, the dirt road that leads up to the crator on Mt Nemrut above the town of Tatvan, was closed, we ...
... 600 churches in the region, some of them still reserve frescoes dating from the sixth century to the tenth and eleventh centuries AD
Beyond all historical and geographical surroundings, what more involved myself with this place was the energy and the mystical atmosphere that this region has the time and provided the perfect climate for the monks could meditate and devote himself to prayer leading a life extremely simple.
I made my base in Kayseri, about 1 hour from ...
... soporific effects of our meal we retreated to bed to enjoy some much needed rest and looked very forward to a sleep in. The next day dawned and although we had a plan to do some additional sightseeing but after a tremendous sleep in this idea gave way to some lounging about in our room as we had requested a late checkout. To finalise our local experience we treated ourselves to a traditional Turkish massage/bath.
For anyone that has not experienced one of these ...
... yoghurt and also Lahmacun - a flat bread with a light topping which was cooked in front of my eyes! Scrummy it was - the largest lunch I have had in transit. The restaurant was attached to a shop reminiscent of the Warehouse (damn it!). And above a supermarket. Both were worth exploring.
We head on into Cappadocia and the underground city of Sarhatii. These were built to hide out from ...
I missed some adventures the next morning after sunrise due to tummy troubles. Stuart went for a hike with four new friends. Part way they were walking along a street with a big wall. Rachel said something to the tune of ‘there’s a donkey that lives in that hole’. Stuart started to look at the ground-level hole trying to figure out what she could be talking about when a donkey poked his head ...