Meleklerevi Cave Hotel
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- Pets allowed
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... really good and the massage was very relaxing. Time to flip over, same treatment on the front. Bear in mind that I am totally bare, except for the bubbles. What a sight! I'm glad I couldn't see myself!!! After the bubble massage, she rinsed me off and sent me off to the shower where I showered and washed my hair. I think I was supposed to go to the pool next, but I was standing there looking stupid, so she gave me a couple of towels and took me ...
... daybreak to nightfall. Cappadocia means the land of beautiful horses if anyone is wondering. There are estimated to be 2 million fairy chimneys in the area formed by volcanic dust - tufa, and basalt. The tufa is soft and gets eroded easily by wind, melting snow, rain etc. they are estimated to be up to 5 million years old. The fact they are so soft has enabled civilisations to mould them to become dwellings. We were taken to a ...
... after a long and very tiring but brilliant day we were taken to our hotel. The heaven's Cave hotel is built out of the local rock and was just the ticket. having not had a shower for 48 hours, and no proper sleep for the same time, we were now in heaven - almost literally! We had to go to bed early as we had an 4:00am start for our ballon flight in the morning.
That morning came around far to quickly, and we found ourselves back aboard a minibus and whizzing ...
... and then we got rides back to our hotels. I went down the road to the Colombian girl’s hotel and sat with them for breakfast. It was really nice to chat about travelling and what all our plans are. They were going on another tour today, so I left them at about 9:30am.
I saw everything I wanted to see yesterday so I took the rest of the day off. I started planning what I’m going to do ...
... all with carved windows and doors and rooms that were visible due to the erosion of the mountains over time. It's made up of mostly two types of rock, one which is soft, pretty much condensed ash from volcanic eruptions, which erodes quickly, and one harder type of rock, which protects the other. It makes for some pretty spectacular scenery. Our guide gave us some information on this process and then we got some free time to wander around a little and get photos. Darren just checked ...