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... structures and decided that another force must have been responsible for their being and called then fairy houses. We headed first to Aydin Kiragi - a lookout which led down into a valley. We walked down to Gorkun Dere - encountering some pretty slippery rock formations as we entered the valley itself and got a perspective of the changing rock variations along the way. At the bottom there was a little handicrafts stall and juice cart and of course we took ...
... ele, mas vamos lá!!! Foi um apanhado de sensações durante mais de 2 horas que me senti uma deusa grega sendo mimada, cuidada e tratada com muito carinho. Nem nos meus 2 dias da noiva fui tão bem cuidada e me diverti tanto…rs. Dentre cosméticos naturais no rosto, sauna, banho de piscina, duchas e massagens, fui para o esperado “banho”. Bem, imaginem uma sala imensa, toda de mármore, um bando de mulher pelada sendo lavadas por outras mulheres. Aqui preciso de uma ...
... living spaces, and stables within the tunnels. I was really glad to get out after just 45 minutes! We went to an underground pottery shop next where we watched how they make and paint their ceramics, They are world known. Again, pretty expensive!!! Our last stop was a local winery before heading back to a BBQ at our hotel. One of the meats we will be tasting is camel! Probably tastes like chicken! We'll ...
We thanked the people, paid our fee and tumbled back into the bus - our bus driver being there to pick us up and take us back to our hotel, very clean and scrubbed. Our skin was very soft and I can say that my sleep was very sound that night!
Would I do again..... yes why not!! Wonder if the rest of the Travelling Turkish Sisterhood would too?
Thank you to Julie for the pictures to accompany this blog!
Tuesday 22 April
Today was a drive day, we drove for about 10 hours (with a lunch stop and a couple of pee stops) from Pamukkale to somewhere random on the side of the road on the way to Goreme, and our first bush camp. Thankfully it was sunny therefore setting up the tents was not too much of a hardship. Hopefully it will remain that way.
The quality of service station toilets have also taken a dip for the worse as well, I think we are in squat toilet territory ...