Heaven Cave House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Last night was exciting. Around 3 a.m. I thought someone was being murdered in the room next door, well that's what it sounded like. The screaming went on for around an hour and needless to say this did not help our sleep. At breakfast we established that three Turkish girls were drunk and fighting. We (Annie did - she's so brave....) complained bitterly and when she heard they were booked in for ...
... the Kelly Kettle (campers from Oman will understand) and so no tea.....
After lunch we meandered into Urgup. I'm afraid the contrast between the Akuzun Hotel I'm now in and the Divan in Ankara is pretty large... the room is about the size of the bathroom we have just left behind... still we have not come to linger in the hotel room and for less than 50E it's what you get.
On the way in we ...
... me one for my birthday, which is coming up real soon now.
On our last day in Cappadocia we visited the nearby town of Avanos, which is historically a big center for pottery. We had a good time wandering around the town; there is a pottery district of sorts which includes several vendors in caves, and we were welcomed into one of these by a genial fellow whose family have been ceramics craftsmen for three generations. He gave us a demonstration and let ...
... other guests play the "Man and Dog game".
The next morning I drive off, but still must first fill of my water reserves (with the usual ~ 35 degrees I fallow only 6 liters). But then let’s go. Glorious as the wind blows towards me and I can enjoy the beautiful scenery. Choose an extravagant place to stay overnight.
Nach dem Service am Töff mache ich ...
... and to pee) - you get the idea. Below is a photo of a Turkish rest area – totally modern and not a camel in sight.
Upon reaching Ankara, which is the capital of Turkey, we visited the Ataturk Mausoleum. General Ataturk was the founder and first president of Turkey and was the dynamic force that designed Turkey more as a European, as opposed to Islamic, city-state. Ataturk is very highly revered in Turkey. His ...