Nature Park Cave Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Deddeman Hotel. Oh and they were booked for speeding by the cops and have a fine to pay before we leave Turkey. Ironic really since I was the one doing the silly speeds today!
The Travellers is a lovely hotel. But more of that tomorrow. We are booked on a balloon flight and will be picked up from the hotel at 4.45am. Yes, that's a quarter to five in the morning and it's already 11pm as we head down from the roof restaurant to get our heads ...
Today we were up at 4:30 to go ballooning...everyday there are between 100 and 200 balloons that fly here (that's over $1MM per day in revenues). Today there were 123, balloons were everywhere as you can see by the photos. Decided to dedicate a full post to this as it was so incredible. After a 4:30,wake up call, we headed to the balloon company's place and unfortunately it wasn't a thumbs up, with the ...
... and were also used during World War One. The highlight of the trip was the hot air balloon ride to catch the sunrise. Go watch the video attached. It was super cool since 100 other balloons were in the air at the same time. The sensation of a hot air balloon flight was unique. One second you're on the ground, next you're floating, and you wouldn't even know it unless you look at the ground since there's no turbulence at all. Worth mentioning we shared the ...
... show by a local selling traditional Turkish ice cream which in some regions is made from buffalo milk. It looked amazing but we didn't have time to try it today. I will definitely be hunting it down tomorrow! Back at the hotel we heard there was going to be performance put on after dinner. Tonight it was a lady doing some belly dancing. We decided to sit down and watch. She was pretty good at it, but I don't understand how it is supposed to be erotic. The way she was moving ...
... container and then cook it in the ground for something like 4 hours and then when you eat it you need to hit the pottery with a knife to get the lid off. It was really good. For dinner some of went out and I had what they call Turkish Ravioli. It is total different then ours, our guide told me that the Turks use the word ravioli for the tourists. In Turkish it is call Manti. It is little pieces of pasta with ground meat in it with a garlic yogurt sauce. When it comes you mix ...