Kemal's Guest House
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Kemal's Guest House
TripAdvisor Reviews Kemal's Guest House Goreme
Travel Blogs from Goreme
... all around us. Towards the end of the day we bumped into a couple we had met on the tour the day before and walked with them to the old village of Cavusin where we shared a taxi back to Goreme.
Some of the sites in Cappadocia are quite far from the main towns and best visited by car or tour, so to visit the attractions further afield we took the “Green tour”. This included a stop for photos and some interesting history from the tour guide at Goreme panorama, ...
... daily call-to-prayer from the nearby mosque is going, and a sprint up to the view point in the dark with a couple of new friends. I couldn't stop exclaiming - there were a lot of "wow"'s and "oh my god"'s. There were a number of balloons very close to us and lighting up like light bulbs on the ground as they filled and prepared to take off. Then there were tonnes in the air with gorgeous silhouettes against the sun rise. ...
... wool, silk etc…) It was great to actually place a couple of double knots into a real carpet which gave me a very kinaesthetic feel as to the time taken to create these lovely items. We were even treated to lunch.
My thoughts dwelled strongly on my recent journey of want and need. I think I learned my lesson well in Africa!
The rest of the day involved a great deal of swimming at the campsite ...
... churches, communal cooking, meeting and gathering centres. We see a huge stone that could be rolled into place as a tunnel door, looks like something out of Indiana Jones. At the end of the day we are bussed to the airport, on a flight back to Istanbul and back to the Azure Hotel. Day 10: Istanbul This is the last day and it's supposed to involve transfer to the airport and fly home (so the tour company tells us) except we are not going home. We extend ...
... solitary thing with us and the massage therapist.
We arrived at Alladdin Turkish Baths (sounds perfectly magical!), dropped off by our wonderful driver, a very patient and friendly man! We came in the old gates which were very "Arabian Nights" and we headed inside hoping to catch sight of Alladdin and his magic lamp! It felt authentic inside as we sat down in the subdued lighting and waited on the long benches in ...