SOS Cave Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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A better day today, weather much dryer with just a few showers. 600km ride to the Cappadocia region of Turkey. We are staying in a cave hotel for two nights and have a rest day tomorrow!
Driving standards haven't improved much, whilst stationary at a set of traffic lights we saw a taxiplough into the back of another car, and shunt him into the …
... th century the Mongols captured it and did a great deal of damage then in the 14th century an earthquake compounded the damage of the Mongols and its continued to disintegrate ever since. I too, seem to be on a downhill slide here, I fell over twice, needless to say I’m more grubby than ever and L says she’s not sure I’m fit to be in any more photos. Although there isn’t a great deal to see here it’s fun to walk around ...
... stumps. There was also a small child who vommed just before we arrived, managing to spray some on Steve's toe.
The bus to Goreme ended up taking 10 hours, due to traffic. The ride itself was fine, there was a large tour group full of Aussies on board so we managed to profit from the services of their guide who explained to his group in English what each stop was for, ...
... was started by 4 instructors. Our pilot is one of the instructors. He is funny and amazingly skills. He skillfully turned the balloon around so that everyone got a view of everything and how he handled the sunrise was pure artistry (see my video.) the landscape is otherworldly. Floating over it is incredible!! To top it all off, our pilot landed our balloon basket on the trailer! It was just as smooth a landing as if it were on a pillow. :). Then comes ...
... way through the surrounding mountains. Cut into the rocks are dwelling churches, monasteries. Boulders everywhere; escarpments and cliffs everywhere and the ever present Melendiz River.
After walking the "wrong" way, we eventually found our way to and through a village and found that we were on the “wrong” side of the river.
It did not matter as the views of ...