Nature Park Cave Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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By Josh, edited by Christine
It's been a while since the last blog and it feels like a lot has happened. Right at this moment, (assuming it posts… ****** internet) we’re at our cave room listening to the afternoon prayer calls from the two local mosques. Josh finds it rather soothing, Christine finds it the opposite J
ANZAC Day (24/4 - 25/4)
This section is rather long as many have asked about the experience and ...
... with no end in sight. It was a bit creepy. Fortunately a big tour group came along. There was one elderly man in this group who was very tall and large and he had a bad leg. Everyone was petrified that he was going to get stuck in one of the tunnels and block us all in! It was good to climb back up to daylight again. It was interesting because there were no warnings about how tiny the tunnels were and how claustrophobic it could be!
... they come out with a story about a relative who lives there or tell you how wonderful Australia is. The owner of the café we went to on our first day pulled out a photo album from their son’s wedding who now lives in Melbourne, very proud. We spent a few hours with Serdar our hotel host who used to live in Balmain with his Australian girlfriend when we bumped into him at one of the local bars. He had way too much to drink and was quite nostalgic and it actually got a bit weird ...
... absolutely fascinating. I was tempted to point out we had Larnach Castle but I don't think its ready for a world heritage listing just yet. Maybe in another couple thousand years it might have a chance. Arriving at Izmay we then had a three hour wait then shuttle ride until we were finally in our accomodation at Goreme around 11.30pm. The reception staff were very understanding and most welcoming. Some of our fellow shuttle ...
... It's a mixture of bizaare and visually stunning formation that just appears without warning emerging from a cliff almost 200 metres high overlooking a landscape of hot, dusty, rural fields. It's a series of pools formed over time and fed by natural calcite-laden waters from hot springs that flow down the slope. The ancient Roman Health Spa of Hierapolis was built here, a city that included all the usual buildings, theatre, Agora (artistic, spiritual ...