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Travel Blogs from Kayseri
... much narrower, the steps much more crudely cut and the lighting only poor- but it was a grand construction feat, and gave them protection from attacks etc and it was somewhere they had to live perhaps months on end if necessary.
We headed out from Goreme Friday night on the overnight bus to Antalya. Advice would be to do it in daylight to see the mountains, but we didn't realise there was a day bus- such is life.
We have had a wonderful stay in ...
... some dignity in tact.
So off we go to the airport at Nuremburg which went as smooth as. Into Istanbul and then on a plane to Kayseri which is in the very south of Turkey and close to Syria. So we land and go to baggage collection. Yep different day, same **** except this time, both bags are missing, so all of a sudden Digby doesn't think losing a bag is funny and wants to cause a diplomatic incident and to complicate matters, the chick I gave ...
... to go for a balloon ride if possible, it was a wonderful experience.
We did get up to a couple of other things of note in Cappadocia, I (Denny) am now adding 'international runway model’ to my CV as I was selected to model an awful jacket at a leather jacket show we were forced to go to on a tour. See photo below.
Turkey is also known for its rugs. Close to our hotel was a HUGE rug store and after walking by it every day we ...
... issue Kalashnikov machine guns and beaten up old Opal's for vehicles. At least they are Kurdish, and we not being Turks were quite safe. The moon shone almost as bright as the sun and the camp site illuminated lunar shades of blue and grey. Toilet - The Shrubbing Small shrub trees can offer great cover but will not not give much notice of unsuspecting passers by, at least the shepherd had put bells on his cattle so fair warning allowed for a speedy ...
... our drive to Selcuk, gateway to the ancient Roman ruins of Ephesus. Turkish buses are pretty cool, essentially just a cheap airline on wheels, complete with (Turkish) TV screens and a bloke handing out complimentary food and drinks from a little trolley. Of course, the bus driver has the advantage of stopping every hour or so for a smoke unlike his pilot mate, but the journeys by bus were quickly becoming a very long and uncomfortable necessity. Got into Selcuk just in time ...