Cappadocia Dora Motel & Pansion
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... were but their marketing strategy worked!
Then we begin to see the landscape change and oohs and aahs begin around the bus. First stop the cone of Uchisar and the Valley of the Birds. Hopefully the photos will give you the picture. Awesome.
Tonight is the night of the Whirling Dervish show / religious ceremony. What an interesting process to watch. I freely admit they ...
... saying that we needed to wait til 6 as the weather was a little overcast, but we got the go ahead just before 6. Quick trip to the balloons which were all over place and they quickly started filling them. This is one of the 2 biggest balloon industries in the world, and the baskets are different sizes, up to 36 people. Ours was just for our tour group and it held 32 people. We were middle of the pack for ...
... in and out made me feel nauseas. After she finished she went around the room to get people to come out and dance with her in front of the crowd that had gathered around. Wayne, one of the Aussies in our group, was called up. Matt thought this would be halirious and started laughing really loudly with anticipation. Immediately the dancer turned around and chose Matt as well. Matt doesn't normally shirk away from too many things but I could tell he was very reluctant to do this. ...
... of the churches in particular was spectacular as
it had paintings all inside that had recently been restored. Unfortunately we
weren’t allowed to take photos of inside the churches, but I took photos of
After we had finished exploring the museum we walked back to
Göreme and we got a dolmuş to the next town called Ürgüp where we were due to
get our bus home. There were more rock houses to see ...
Landing at Nevisir airport in the other-worldly landscape of Capadoccia was a wholly uneventful experience. Or at least it would have been, if not for the terrifying reality that there was no regular airport shuttle bus. As my co-passengers alighted their various hotels' free bus services, presumably arranged in advance, I had the horrible realisation that I might have to catch a cab. This was the last stop in my pre-arranged iteneary, and up until now, everything had more or ...