Monastery Cave Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... down regardless of who is at home, typical, but i left with class and much softer skin after another 4hrs of walking, making a large tip donation...holding my head up high at doing yet another new thing and greatful i did not do the group tour optional experience. On a side note also recited some lines from a poem on video camera for an interesting travel project we came across and slid on my bum down steep hills while seeing a bright yellow snake next to me in the bushes that i chose ...
... returned to town, had a rest, and later made a more pleasant walk to the Sinasos Church.
The second morning we got up early and, before breakfast, walked farther in the Sinasos direction. Then after breakfast we took a taxi to the south end of the Gomeda Valley, where we started walking at 9:15. The first five or six kilometres is shaded (treed) and interesting, with many rock-hewn chambers, although mostly inaccessible, on the sides of the ...
... that? So, off we went flying down the hill for at least half a km before he checked his GPS again (which hadn't moved since the last time we stopped). He then had to admit that we should have taken the earlier turn-off. There were a couple more 'smaller' detours on our way to Mustafapasa but hey, who's counting?
When we arrived at the Old Greek House Hotel in Mustafapasa, we were told that they had 3 hotels in the town and we were ...
Had a great week in Turkey- delicious food, lots of history and a beautiful country! We started off in Istanbul then went to see the Gallipoli battlefields. After that down via troy to Ephesus to see what are some of the best preserved ruins in the world. After that off to Pamukkale to see the travertines - amazingly white cascading terraces from the deposited calcium carbonate. Then down the coast on a boat for a few days of good food, swimming and enjoying ...
... tunnels and churches that have been carved out. Every turn delivers another incredible view, with towering pillars, deep canyons and cliffs that look like they were created out of something soft and folded (marshmallow springs to mind. Or meringue). I loved the colour of the place too, soft white, grey and pink rocks with stark khaki grasses, black walnut and apricot trees stripped of leaves, and a brooding winter sky.
I got up before ...