Yusuf Yigitoglu Konagi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... about Canada (to the children)? Nothing.
Do you have questions about Canada? No.
The mother mentioned that, if Caleb were older, she'd approve a marriage with her daughter. The grandmother tried a few expressions in english and french, which drew laughter and cheers from all. It was a lovely end to the tour.
We will miss the warmth of the Cappadocia people.
... 8216;bodies’ a bit sad though. On the way down I have tea with some road workers, and soon after I get a lift again. It is with these nice men that I visit Arsemia, another historically impressive sight. It is here that I spot the first tourists and tacky souvenir shop! I am about halfway through Turkey by now…
Driving further West…
stopping at Kahramanmaras, according to Suphi a famous ice-cream making city, stopping at Mado a ...
... times and have laid down billions of tons of rock and ash. The very reason for the fertile soils in this area is the minerals vomited out over the millennia. The earliest eruption took place around 20 million years ago and the most recent only 83,000 years ago. The land has undergone many changes in that time, being alternately flooded and forested, barren and arid - which is how it appears today. The weird topography of the rocks in the Cappodocian region is because ...
... for my bucket list adventure - hot air ballooning. This experience was absolutely incredible. I think there are few moments in life that you make you stop and realise how incredible this world is and this was one of those moments for me! Watching the sunrise while floating high in the sky overlooking the incredible landscape of Cappadocia and the many surrounding hot air balloons - it takes your breath away! Straight after my hot air balloon ride it was off to my next day ...
The food has been good.
Usually a buffet style, with far too much choice, but pretty good for the number of people they are catering for. I cannot go round without hearing Osman's dire warnings about what we should and shouldn't eat if we want to avoid the 'diarrhoeas'.
For example, I cannot walk past the pomegranate stalls without saying to poor Dayle "DO NOT EAT THE POMEGRANATE" in an Animal from the Muppets kind of voice.