Melek Cave Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... We managed to get by with broken French, a funny situation really. It turned out they had just started the fire to boil the water which they then needed to use to brew the tea, all a rather lengthy process especially with limited shared language skills. We finally had the tea ready which we were constantly told to top up. It was a lovely funny sort of afternoon tea break, we even got bikkies :) I was then sent to chat with ...
... body, my self esteem has skyrocketed (and I'm chubby huh) Give me a shower of hot water, relaxing after scrubbing and both stood up. Then she lets the last "bye": "go there pretty for your massage, very nice bump" and gave me one last slap on the bump while I walked. And finally I went to massage room laughing a lot. And there I was, relaxed, oil all over my body, half light, classical music, massage from head to toe. Loved the turkish bath and all that comes with it. Nobody ...
... lowering to a level that did not please him. We watched it swipe a tree and then chose to look away.
We too dipped low into rips in the ground, then sailed over Fairy Valley with stone pillars close enough to touch, and quickly we were 500m up. The pilots speak to each other over radio about their position, and they play songs and Morse code with the burners. The other balloons were just as stunning as ...
... them trying to imagine what they used to be and how they were used. It was really odd to find them right in the town like that. Judging from all the broken glass and empty beer cans I'd say it was a popular spot for young rebels after dark. Finally we headed back to the hotel for dinner and an early night - it had been a big day! Before we went to bed disaster struck. Matt sat down to do a bit of work only to find that his laptop would not turn on. Matt and this laptop ...
... town of Goreme lay below us, illuminated in the setting sun.
We actually had previously attempted to hot air balloon, on our honeymoon in New Zealand, but they had to cancel the trip due to weather conditions. We wanted to maximize the likelihood that we would get to fly in Cappadocia, so I had booked a balloon trip for our very first morning--that way, we would have three more mornings on which to rebook if we couldn't go up on the first day. Since we ...