Gunes House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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... dovecotes and apparently harvested the dove guano for fertilizer. The dove cotes can be seen in the pictures.
Another place not to be missed is the huge and elaborate Selime Monastery. There one must walk up some rock to the various levels probably 150 to 200 feet high. and through the multiple rooms of the monastery and the carved staircases to be rewarded by a grand Cathedral and a smaller chapel both with some painted walls. The painting in the many ...
... we were after seeing the other boat on a report on the turkish news. It could've been a whole other story. But, as I sit on this bus theres not
a thing I would change. Ive learnt so much in the past 4 months already and this has been a whole new learning curve and Im definitely a totally new and changed person. Ive never been so greatful and sure of what Im doing untill I began travelling the world.Anywho, i might try sleep, but Ill write another update ...
... alcohol, spirits and mixers or wine, beer or non alcoholic drinks. The vodka mixes were so strong, half a glass full so by the end of the show a lot of the tour group was tipsy. When I got my second drink I had to say half the amount of vodka. The show was great, it was mainly folk type dancing with a lot of jumping around and clapping to the music, there were a few costume changes as well. There was a bit of a story line at one part. They varied the folk dancing with a belly ...
... ago, though there is beginning to be some restoration of long-abandoned homes. The Greek Orthodox Church in the center of town is massive with stone arches and is used once a year for ceremonies. There is a fairly new vocational school and many small shops in the center of town.
The Underground City of Kaymakli was used for centuries by local residents as protection against predators and invaders. ...
... and I had so much more I store for us, for our host Mustafa No. 1 had arranged for his nephew, Ibraham, to give us a personal guided tour of the region for the rest of the day, for the total sum of $100 Aus for the two of us. It was the best $100 I have ever spent. He started by taking us to one of the 30 or so underground cities that dotted the region. After paying our entry fee we ventured underground. The temperature immediately dropped, and fresh air paradoxidly ...