Kervansaray Hotel & Pension
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Around the second amphitheatre, the crowds were massive. I felt glad that this magnificence was being shared by so man people.
Earlier on, I had acquired a "Moses Staff" (see photographs). I used it in order to pose as a tour guide thereby parting the tourists like Moses parted the Red sea. Good fun!
Wearily, we returned to the truck three hours later and the “Moses Tour” was over” What a wonderful ...
Pamukkale It was a early, 6:30am pick up there's 17 of us on the tour. I think the best way to tell you about my past two days is to describe the people who are on our bus. Safe to say we are the youngest and I'd say the eldest is Alice, who must be about 75, she's here with her husband who won't eat any of the turkish food. But hey they are here, so I think that's bloody good! She told us all about her grandchildren and we told her of our plans! There's a couple of ...
The main pool at Hieropolis was amazing. People can swim and lounge among fallen columns, and the pools are very large. A section is roped off, so there are no people, but the intensity of the colors is thrilling. An ad for "Dr Fish Spa" changed our day. For $20 each, we got 20 minutes of soaking our feet with little fish chomping off the callouses, dead skin, cuticles, whatever. It felt very tingly and sometimes tickled. For a ...
... one day into the tour and those 2 guys are already annoying heaps of the group. After they climbed the ruins they were talking loudly while Mermat was trying our tell us something, so rude! So one of the kiwi girls shhhhed them haha. After we had walked through the ancient city we arrived at the white stone we had seen from the distance and WOW!! It was incredible! It was a thermal area so the stone was warm to walk on and the blue pools on it were warm ...
... shake on it and we're off. Tomil the driver is a nice bloke, but there's always the thought are we doing the right thing. Our dealings with people in Turkey before have always been okay and I think that they are generally an honourable people. Thankfully this is the case. If you've been on the roads in Turkey, you'll know it's a white knuckle ride at the best of times. Try doing it cross country at night time. with a full blown lightning storm with lashing rain coming down. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKervansaray Hotel & Pension Pamukkale
Great place to stay and great value for money. Immaculate rooms with lovely womanly touches and bathrooms like brand new.
The hostess is lovely and a fantastic cook, don't miss out on the moussaka and fried trout!
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