Nature Park Cave Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Tom decided to tempt fate by getting up at 3am to watch game 5 of the NBA finals (he has this belief that if he doesn't watch the game they win) while the rest of the family slept. Around 6:30 he returned to bed and everyone slept until 10:30 when the room erupted into a chant of "Let's go Warriors!!" <clap, clap, clap-clap-clap>. Yes, the Warriors had won (and yes, Tom had been asked to yell at ...
... it is only a half hour ferry (if that) from the Old Town.
Cappadocia (27/4 - 29/4)
Cappadocia is a region of Turkey that is home to snow capped mountains and a land that has been affected by volcanoes and the environment for many years. It is famous for its fairy chimneys (rather phallus like rocks), underground cities and hot air ballooning.
We stayed in Göreme in a cave house called Shoestring, a really nice accommodation ...
... His mausoleum is inside the museum which is really more like a small mosque. We found the place really interesting given we had been to the performances of the dervishes a few nights before, and it gave us a much greater understanding of the sect and what they were about, including what the dance is all about. From the museum we left Konya and headed out onto the old Silk Road to visit a small place called Sultanhani. Sultanhani is a restored caravanserai and ...
... the beauty and added more fantasy to the whole experience. It was a once in a life time, never to forget morning, and certainly gives a new meaning to our airplane song, up in the air we fly!! Not only was it a highlight of Cappadocia, it has definitely been one of the highlights of the entire trip.
As well as the hot air ballooning, the hospitality of the Cappadocian’s added to our stay in Goreme. Everybody loves Australians. As soon as you tell them where you ...
... driver at the airport with his sign. 2. STORYTELLING No surprise here but it's interesting the kind of stories that come out. The less advanced resort to the classics of 'sick baby' or 'i live so far away from here, but travel to support my family'....the more advanced weave you into a web where you are so involved you just buy or sell anything to move to the next consumer. I was best impressed on this one however by my husband, who I think may have out ...