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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Gultekin Motel Goreme
Travel Blogs from Goreme
... to Kaya camping 2k away and the owner said “You’ve come from
the Dikler haven’t you”...nuff said.
The Kaya Camp is on a plateau above Goreme, and its
therefore a degree or so colder , but the benefit of its positioning revealed itself at 6.30a.m
next morning when we were awoken to a strange sound of swishing, which got
louder and louder as though we were being attacked by a swarm of bees. It was
in fact around ...
... out to the entire table. It reminded me of the food that we cooked in Morocco, as the ingredients and the cooking vessel were very similar. This delicious mix was served with baked potato, salad, bread, rice and caramelised onion…Yum!
After lunch we checked out a ceramic shop, as the area is famous for its red clay. Jen had a go and the potter’s wheel and made a pretty cool sugar bowl, with a little help from the Master Potter. We then saw the beautiful stuff in ...
... vital. There are holes in the ceiling / floor to allow for verbal communication between the levels. Some tunnels are dead ends whilst others can be closed off by an ingenious rounded stone that is rolled across to seal the tunnel. Ventilation shafts run from the surface and water was obtained from underground wells. One level held the stables; another is dedicated to the kitchens, storerooms and winery. There are huge dining tables ...
... I walked, and birds hopped in and out of chapel windows fifty feet above. The road narrowed, then narrowed again. I crossed a stream and went through two tunnels, when I came across a cafe (?!) in the middle of nowhere! The man who worked there gave me some watermelon and water and assured me that I was on the right path. He told me to go to the right when I came to the fork and that would take me to a road where I could hitchhike into town. Where ...
... and livestock being kept in the lower and middle levels. Still an active seismic region many of these homes were destroyed by earthquakes and locals moved with government assistance to other areas and provided more modern style homes. We do however encounter one local man who resides in this place. He is tending to his large garden and invites us up for a closer look. At first we think the area is multiple residences with 5 or 6 visible entrances but he soon corrects ...