Uchisar Kaya Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
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... six months they found one near here when a guy went to the very back of his shed and moved a door that he hadn't moved before and found an entire underground city behind it. we went into one of those. seven levels of city, going down 55 metres. one hell of a ventilation shaft as you can imagine. people didn't live here regularily - it was a place of refuge to hide from enemies. lots of fail proofs including secret tunnels, narrow staircases that would be easy to defend, ...
... and conditions for flying. This is good but there is a huge reduction in the number of flights in the mornings. Viewing Pigeon Valley gave a spectacular view of the fairy chimneys before we climbed up Uchisar's Castle. A tall volcanic outcrop with tunnels and windows that can be viewed for miles around. Lunch in Goreme was at a women's cooperative restaurant. The women formed the cooperative as something to ...
... changes in Tour group leaders we then left to make our way back to Kayaceri by coach . I had not quite realised it was about 750 km back!!! Thankfully the roads were great, signs of a big infrastructure investment in the country. The coach was as comfortable as an airplane seat. We saw lots and lots of lovely countryside. Unfortunately the bus entertainment was exclusively in Turkish. But at last I was able to play my ...
... Turkish form of art in which colors are put onto a special solution and swirled around. Paper is then gently placed on the top of the solution, and the paint attaches itself to the paper. Our teacher was Naile, who owned the shop and made the paint, glutinous water and brushes from local materials. You can see the finished results in the photographs.
After lunch, we went to the Underground City of Kaymakli. There are an estimated 40 ...
... what I imagine, the moon to be like. I could describe it, but just have a look at the photos. The track we were following wasn't too detailed however there was a very legit spray painted arrow with the words 'rose' on rocks every 50 odd meters when we needed to change route. Ali had told us we would take around 2 hrs in the valley, there's about 2km or so path. After 3hrs and some crackers and cheese from our food bag (you know the drill Caitlin!!) the spray can arrows came to a ...