Weisse Burg Beyaz Kale Pension
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nice atmophere, hosts and confortable rooms
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... up getting better and better and the amphitheatre reconstruction is an absolute labour of love. You know, Graham and I aren’t history or archaeological buffs but we can’t help but be blown away by a) the incredible hard labour that must have gone into creating these cities and b) the skill and craftsmanship displayed by today’s workmen in restoring centuries old cities that have only been rediscovered ...
... the ill perceived and vain hunter Narcissus....both of which might of had different fates if there was a drought that year. Why this is relevant, is because while submerging myself in a natural spring this afternoon up at one of the worlds natural wonders Pamukkale, surrounded by 6,000 year old large Romans ruins, with even larger Russians in smaller bikinis sitting on them....I felt a sense of personal evolution, or the start of my characters ...
... guest-house. It has a pool we refused to use and our bed was garishly pink, but we used it nonetheless. Cats were everywhere.
In search of dinner Lauren and I sauntered along the back streets of a divided town. The lower half is a village supported by an agricultural bounty that spreads down into the plain. We walked past tractors and soaked in the more rural pace, a pleasant change from the bustling cities we'd ...
We tried to find a cheap grocery, but they don't exist. The money we save on accommodation will go to food and that is perfectly fine. Still in budget.
Tahini, tomato and bread... Finally traded in the Nutella...so good!
We went back to the hotel for a shower, nap, booking more trip, and then out to dinner later on at a cheap and awesome place recommended by trip adviser.
Satisfied, we could finally purify some more water and go to ...
The name Pamukkale translates into English as 'Cotton Castle' and describes the town's natural terraced site. Over time the terraces have been made white by calcium deposited from the natural springs that flow over them. It was not necessarily a place that was on our 'must visit' list however due to a very helpful and persuasive travel agent from 'hard rock travel' in Istanbul we ended up with a night ...