Travel Blogs from Pamukkale
Well after a few hours on the train which was a welcome change to the bus we arrived in Denials and a driver was waiting to take us to our next hotel in Pamukkale which was very much a back packers hotel and the luckiest by far.
On the way to our hotel Sukru had a little surprise which he often does and we stopped for lunch in a local trick stop which was lovely. It was outside and it had a grape ...
... was erected on a geological fault from which noxious vapours escaped. The theatre, which dates from the time of Severus, is decorated with an admirable frieze depicting a ritual procession and a sacrifice to the Ephesian Artemis. The necropolis, which extends over 2 kilometres, affords a vast panorama of the funerary practices of the Greco-Roman era.
When I started to look at doing this trip I stalked a few people`s blog's finding out about the trip, how it worked, and whether people enjoyed it.
So, hello to anyone reading this for that reason.
I thought I would give a run down on our life with the Truck.
The vehicle we travel on is called a truck, not a bus or a coach (as Luke keeps forgetting), this is because it has the base of and the cab ...
... group quickly got to work on our dinner. As the official tourist summer season doesn't start until 1st May everywhere is quiet and the locals are still working on fixing up everything so the campground was still under renovations with no hot water in the showers. Went on a boat cruise the next day for about 5 hours to 6 different islands and bays that are scattered around the area. The water was quite cold but did go for a quick dip. One of the guys in ...
... it was actually where we were headed. The white calcium travertines looked awesome from afar and even better from close up.
We walked to the park under the terraces and sat for a while watching the ducks and geese and chicks.
Kayla now felt like strawberries but of course none were to be found. After being told a couple of times "yes, down there 200m" we finally found someone who said "no fruit shop in town".
Back to the ...