Kemal's Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Our first morning starts out badly. JaM received a security alert email from the bank telling us to contact them urgently about our travel card. We went online and found our account had been cleaned out, thousands all gone. The phone call to the bank would have to wait as we had booked an all-day tour and were about to be picked up from our hotel. An awful feeling in our stomachs, we ventured out for the day's adventure. We learned a lot on the tour about ...
... something my back enjoyed, but my mind was loving it. I over heard a guide saying that these tunnels were low, not because the people were short, but because they knew the Romans would be able to get through because of their heavy armour. But, just in case their hiding place had been infiltrated, huge round stone doors were ready to roll over, covering the entrance, wedged in place by boulders, protecting those behind the door. In the Center of these were holes about 5 cm ...
... into the early morning sky just in time to see the sun rising. Spectacular ! We climbed to a height of 900 meters and dropped in and out off the picturesque canyons. The views were amazing and the feeling of floating was indescribable
Definitely a highlight and something I would ...
... it was the waypoint for the tired camel caravans that needed a break after 50 days of travel. remains of kitchens and churches (complete with pillars) and of course, pigeon homes. it was the snow day we were there and it was a little additonal treat to have a layer of icing sugar on what already looked like a fairy castle. maybe the sugarplum fairies live here? we also visited an underground city. they're finding more and more of them in this region all the time. in ...
... village is open to visitors. It scaled 8 floors and 2.5 square kilometres, and only represents 10% of the total village. The whole site was only used as temporary accommodation for the locals where there was some threat to their safety. The corridors are narrow, dark and low and within 20 steps of our arrival, Charley's claustrophobia kicked in and we both left the group to spend our time waiting in the sunshine above ground.
The others reported that it was interesting - ...