Nature Park Cave Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... had been an extremely stimulating two weeks. My final Turkish dinner consisted of beef and cheese gozleme and garlic eggplant dip to smear them with. Mark and I said goodbye to Kat at the bus station and went straight back to the mulled wine bar for Round Two. As a final hurrah I ordered Turkish rice pudding that I had wanted to try for weeks and it was sweet, creamy HEAVEN. We didn't want to leave but I was meeting my shuttle at 5am so bed was calling. In ...
Here is some information we gleaned from the all day tour we did yesterday and from our reading. This area of Turkey was once Persia and the Silk Road ran through it. There were 36 underground cities and many of them were built 4000 years ago. We visited one on a tour yesterday that was one of the earlier ones. In the underground cities there were rooms for churches, schools, kitchens, stables, graveyards and storage. All these were on different levels and went quite deep ...
... and went really high first, then came down and skimmed the ground before settling about 50m off the ground for a while. Absolutely beautiful and other worldly scenery, and the many balloons made for incredible photos! In the end we came down and landed right on the truck that was to return the basket, thanks to a very talented and experienced pilot. Hope you enjoy the many photos, trust me, there are many more ...
Good day chilling in Goreme. Met some lovely people, Jamie from China and Joelle and her brother from Switzerland. Decided to stay here another week but having to move Accomodation as too expensive here. Our friend Tom Tom from Niksar has put us in touch with his friend at Delek Camping here in Goreme. We struck up,a deal for a log cabin so move there tomorrow ...
... back 2500 years or so. I just couldn't get my head around it. As we entered the old gate into the main part of the city, we saw heaps of people coming down the road. We were glad we got there early and had a chance to walk around in peace and quiet without having to fight for prime position for taking photos. At the other end if the city we approached the famous travertines. We took our shoes off and walked over to a small running stream that we found and sat down to cool ...