Terra Cave Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... stood 13 hours on the bus yuk.
Today we are in transit from Cappadiocia to Santorini, we were picked up at 9am and after three planes and lots of waiting as we are now we hope to reach Santorini at 11pm. Can't complain as I'm very excited to see Santonrini. Its the waiting at airports that makes you tired.
Lucky we have free WiFi as we're sitting in Athens Import and have to wait three hours for our next flight.
... in a balloon once, and I bungee jumped out of it for my 21st birthday. So stupid. The more rational and mature me looked at the company's safety record before choosing. I had a few butterflies as Chad and I hurled ourselves into the enormous basket (not out of it), at dawn. Others from all over the world did the same in 100 colorful balloons surrounding us, all rising to different levels, floating about. It was incredible, ...
... for Istanbul residents, but, this being a Wednesday we shared the car-free streets with the quiet (leather horseshoes!) horse drawn carriages ferrying the less energetic tourists around the sights. The sights themselves are the distinctive houses of 'fin-de-siecle' design (to the uninitiated, that's wooden with twiddly wrought iron balconies) and very fine they looked too. It was a nice place to relax and mentally prepare for the unknown...next stop ...
Tuesday 22 April
Today was a drive day, we drove for about 10 hours (with a lunch stop and a couple of pee stops) from Pamukkale to somewhere random on the side of the road on the way to Goreme, and our first bush camp. Thankfully it was sunny therefore setting up the tents was not too much of a hardship. Hopefully it will remain that way.
The quality of service station toilets have also taken a dip for the worse as well, I think we are in squat toilet territory ...
... and tasted really specifically like something but we couldn't pick what it was! When we were done we went for a walk through town looking through a few souvenir shops then walked past a place called Fat Boys Café, which had a menu out the front that said Vegemite. We read it and thought surely it must be a typo, and supposed to say vegetarian or something, but then the owner came out and welcomed us in a thick Queenslander accent! We had a quick chat with ...