Sarihan Cave Hotel
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certainly many tried hard to make it to the toilets before the crack had time
for its purgative effect. But there were just too many and we really didn’t
feel safe being there overnight.....and then..... the Dutch Camping Club turned
up like the 7th Cavalry.....and all was well. Any residual animosity by the Dutch for our
organising their camping layout in Pergamon was forgotten as they realised that
Janet had taken a ...
... Paşabağ and the fairy chimneys to see natural rock formations. Then lunch overlooking the pigeon valley. Where the people created stone holes for pigeons to next so that they might collect their poo for fertiliser. The view was great looking down into the valley that once held a civilisation. Next was a carpet weaving factory where we got to see the village women weave carpets from wool and silk. Incredible double knot technique. They then took us to show how they obtain ...
... been based at Kaya Camping. This location is very much part of our appreciation of the place. It’s up on the escarpment between Göreme and Űrgȕp. We can see both sunrise and sunset from our pitch.
The facilities are great too. They understand a camper’s needs. The Manager is exceptionally friendly, clearly loves his home and wants us to enjoy it too. He has very sound advice on how to get the best of ...
... about potholes. He had me do different poses on my bike next to the pothole; one was me pointing at the hole, looking angry. We were in the middle of the road but managed to traffic around us as he snapped pictures. A few minutes later, a little old man drove up on a little old scooter. The journaleest called him over too, and soon we were both pointing at the pothole. As he modeled, the old man acted out the scene with a soft shaking voice, dramatically drawing out his vowels. ...
... I haven't seen in about 15 years- with so much catching up to do the bus journey flies by.
We arrive early in the morning so after a welcomed shower go in search of some info for sightseeing and food. We find a great little gozleme shop tucked in a block off the main tourist strip. One thing we have learned in Turkey- if you want good food at a reasonable price you just need to walk in a block. The prices on the tourist strips are insane, sometimes even ...