Melek Cave Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... AM to get shuttled over to balloon company. After a light breakfast, they took us over to the launch site to see the hot-air balloons get inflated. Right when dawn was about to break, we lifted off! Again, seeing the different colored balloons over the landscape was really beautiful. The ride went really well, although our driver liked to scare us a little by taking the balloon about 5 feet away from a cave home and then hitting the hot air to lift us barely over. ...
... friends, my inhibitions were stripped away with my clothes!!
Men and women have separate areas in the bathhouse and I was led to a change room and given a locker key. I was instructed to remove all of my clothing and wrap the provided towel around my waist and put on the rubber slippers. We have bigger tea-towels at home, than this loincloth that I was provided with, but in for a penny…
A green mud-mask was then painted over my face before a semi-nude Turk threw ...
... stalls selling çay, coffee and fruit juice. The season’s pomegranate was available for the first time today – if anything a little early. It was very tart.
At the end of the walk – a village called Çavuşin, there was an unexpected gem. An old town perched up, in the rock face. There is a church built in there which is surprisingly spacious with huge pillars and arches. We couldn’t ...
I escaped Ankara. The ride to Goreme was about 5 hours too. I have to say that as we hit the open road I breathed an audible sigh of relief. It was a smooth ride. There was coffee and there were snacks. So many snacks on this trip. I can't help it if I have to eat them all! We stopped in more towns than the bus from Istanbul to Ankara but I didn't care because I was on the road. The bus switch was no big deal. In Nevsehir I asked the new driver about ...
... work for us otherwise. Most of the sites we visited would be very difficult if not impossible to visit without a lot of walking and some climbing. On average we are walking more than 5 ...