Village Cave House Hotel
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... triple what we would pay at home but you never have to walk very far to get a local price. As soon as you turn onto a side street and walk up a little ways you will start to run into the shops where the locals grab a bite. Close enough to the action as to not stray too far from their work but far enough away that tourists don't generally stray out of convenience. Prices on the size streets are anywhere from 1/4 to 1/8 the price of the same item on the tourist strip. Plus ...
... you get that. Our bus was a through bus from somewhere else so we had to wait and it was a few minutes late so we were starting to think we were in the wrong place. It eventually showed up.
When I got on there was some dick in my seat. He wanted to sit and hold hands with his mate and they were offering me the seat in front. I got a window seat and they offering an isle...not gonna happen. I told him to get out. This bus ...
... 50 or so balloons floating over the valley and watching them slowly rise and fall back eventually to the ground. Probably one of the best experiences I've had. The next day we did another walk from honey to white and love valley. I took a couple of shots but nothing truly spectacular. We had an awesome baked pottery kebab that night and rested. Cappadocia was pretty cool, hard to get a really good photograph, but still ...
... cups of tea. it really felt more like staying with a family than anything. and to top it all off, they had the best breakfast yet of any of the places we stayed. there was also a gözleme making morning - these are turkish crepe-pancake-y things, rolled süper thin and filled with cheese or potatoes or chocolate. both kevin and i are pros now, so come on by sometime for breakfast. and this might be the time to digress to talk about the friendliness of the turkish people. ...
... mountains lasting up until around 2 million years ago, forming soft tufa and lava layers in the valleys, and which the following millennia of wind, rain and other elements created the bizarre mushroom and cone shaped rock formations. These rocks were first carved out by pagan sun worshiping Hittites, and subsequent years saw Byzantines cave out rock churches and vast underground cities.
We did several of the best hikes of the trip through the breath-taking valleys here. ...