Village Cave House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Goreme
... On the whole people seem to be busy. The tea shops are predominantly occupied by men. The drink cay, chat and often play board games. The women are not as visible in business or on the streets. Although there is always time for a neighbourly chat.
A different but memorable experience here was a storm. It built up to the west and looked as if it would pass us by. Suddenly, just as we had taken a sip of wine and admired ...
... too many tourists when I arrived, and most of the tourists I did see were Chinese. There are many, many Chinese people in Goreme. I heard that there was some violence being committed against Chinese tourists in Istanbul so they're coming straight to Goreme. I explored for a couple of hours. Some of the frescoes still remain inside the domed chapels and there are skeletons in crypts said to be those of benefactors. Across the valley there ...
... night of little sleep, probably feeling slightly claustrophobic in the confines and not close enough to the edge to get a really good view. Plus I don't think it is worth the Euro 120-150 price tag. I see the photos after and while the pictures of the valley are pretty and seeing all of the balloons in flight is nice you can get the same sunrise view from the top of the ruined castle. Another girl in the hostel has done both and she said she wished she'd gone to ...
... to explore the valleys, compared to riding on the ATVs which are cheap and easy to rent. Of course, the American girl disagreed with me. She was having a *************trolling her horse. The girl was from DC too, but did not seem to want to make conversation. I tried for a bit, but she seemed too guarded. Strange for a solo traveler. Just goes to show, sometimes it clicks and sometimes it doesn't. The Asian couple turned out to be from Taiwan, and were ...
... in the chimney houses but not enough to not give the mailman a headache !
Next stop a ceramic factory where Carne tried out for a apprentice role, nice try but at 20 he is 8 years too old for the position
On getting back to the hotel Karla and Teresa headed into town whilst Carne worked of some energy by hiring a motorbike and exploring the area at his own pace ! ...