Yusuf Yigitoglu Konagi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Cappadocia is known for its interesting valleys, caves and formations and pottery. So we stopped at a few different valleys and took pictures. At each of these stops where we took photos of the valleys there were little stalls, people were selling ornaments, suiveners, fabrics and much more all quite cheap. I picked up a couple of presents. One of the valleys had an interesting shape formation, it started a debate whether it looked like a turkey, rooster, snail or something else. ...
... much just an excuse for them to take us to some really expensive shops and try to get us to buy stuff. This obviously failed, as the prices were totally stratospheric.
We had the tour drop us off near the same viewpoint on which we had watched sunrise so that we could enjoy sunset! Then we climbed down the hill to have dinner. We ordered salad, rice, and this neat clay pot beef thing. The meat is put in the clay ...
... wanted to share with u a selfie from 1month of just saying no...well not no to new adventures at least...stocked up some stories there. So onwards to the next month and thank you to everyone who has always been supportive, loving and listened to my ranting over the last 12months. Sometimes I wear my stress as a badge of honour that I am doing everything I can, but maybe it's time to change that. Hope this inspires you to take a month off somewhere too x Love ...
Thought we had best do it before we left, so got up at 4am to see the balloons over Cappadocia. Not quite brave enough to go in one, but also far too expensive, about £100 each for an hour, that would seriously blow our budget. As usual, all didn't quite go to plan. Firstly we couldn't find Rose Valley where they set off from, by the time we found a view point, they were already in the air, hm. The other must see at this time is the sun rise hm, we ...
Last night was exciting. Around 3 a.m. I thought someone was being murdered in the room next door, well that's what it sounded like. The screaming went on for around an hour and needless to say this did not help our sleep. At breakfast we established that three Turkish girls were drunk and fighting. We (Annie did - she's so brave....) complained bitterly and when she heard they were booked in for ...