Yusuf Yigitoglu Konagi
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... doing it we had no regrets. It was a really nice thing to do.
After 70-minute-long flight Mehmet explained us a landing position. This was a little bit weird since we had already landed once without any special positions so we didn’t know why this time. Maybe because the landing was supposed to be a little bit stronger, maybe because we were about to land in a higher altitude, nevertheless, it was a good and safe landing.
Then they opened a bottle of ...
... doesn’t leave until 7:10 tonight, we headed to Goreme’s Open Air Museum. As we were parking the car, a very friendly man named Mehmet approached and, in very good English, began offering us tips on things to see and do in the area. We ended up hiring him to show us around (50 TL for all four of us). The first thing he did was recommend that we see the museum later, as there were already 23 tour buses in the parking lot. We took his advice, ...
... and look inside, to report back down to the group. To close off the night we had a beautiful dinner on the terrace overlooking the landscape. the food was once again incredible! They cook from all the ingredients that are grown on the hotel grounds. even the wine we had was theirs! In particular, we had their 2010 Syrah, which just won a gold medal for a French wine contest (the first Turkish wine ever to win French competition). It and the whole dinner experience was ...
... some lunch at Fat Boys run by an Australian-Turkish couple and enjoyed some deep fried aubergine patties and humours wrap...mmmm. Swim and snooze by the pool and then cued for the showers - overtaken by the girls in their underwear blow drying and plucking while vying for a spot of mirror. Beauty and dress-up deprivation relieved. That night we enjoyed a traditional Turkish meal (loads of it), unlimited beer and vodka (from a waiter with a heavier ...
... flat dusty ground perfect for the tents. Instantly we had drawn the interest of some locals picking mushrooms in the fields and before we had even opened the door they were next to the truck with eyes glazed over with confusion and amazement.
The truck crews are now like a well-oiled machine - tents were off the roof and going up, tables and chairs were set, and dinner on the boil with minimum fuss and maximum efficiency. Except for Mahala, who ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service