Melek Cave Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... br> First stop was "the castle" a massive place of houses carved out of the rock. Then we went to the museum. I sat and read a book for the hour they looked around but I did go back into the last place cos it was soo cool.
Lunch was included in the tour and this really gave us a chance to get to know each other. I was lucky and got to sit next the the very hot Brazilian girl. So I bought out all my best Espanich, "Buenos Dias ...
... holy small gap batman, i could throw a piece of baclava at that rock and hit it." i'm sure it's part of every pilot's schtick, but it was pretty cool how thread- the- needle he was (very safe, moms and dads, he really looked like knew what he was doing; i was standing next to him and i didn't see him flinch). amaze-balls. and then some baby duck on the ground afterwards to celebrate. and recieve our official flight diplomas; kevin hugh buxton will be happy to proudly show ...
... amazing, incredible (and 100 other positive adjectives)! The ride was smooth and safe, so I spent a lot of my time hanging half-out taking pictures and gasping at the views. Not only were the views of the canyons, fairy chimneys and ancient cave dwellings just plain marvellous, but seeing the dozens of other balloons in the sky made it that much better. We also got incredibly lucky with the weather. The sky was blue and the winds were calm, making for a rare perfect ride ...
... not to continue through the other valley (Pigeon valley) back to Goreme, which Serdar had told us was another “easy” hike! Instead we watched the sunset from Uchisar “rock” castle, and then as we were navigating the dark, not very well lit road back to town, graciously accepted a life from a local.
Another extraordinary hike was through the Rose and Red Valleys. It was slightly better signposted (marginally), but a much more frequented trek so ...
... actually landed straight on top of the trailer behind the 4 wheel drive - such precision. We celebrated with a refreshing glass of champagne and our words tripped over each other's as we all gushed about the experience we had just had! Breathtaking! This afternoon and evening were taken up with the Urgup Wine Festival, which included a band with players of flutes, drums and cymbals in Turkish style, and who were dressed in red embroidered ...