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... you could eat and drink and they had a show with dancers from different regions of Turkey. There was also and talented belly dancer who choose people from the audience to come out and dance with her and of course she choose me!!!! How embarrassing! We all danced at the end and had oa ball with our guide but by midnight I think I just wanted to cry and so did others.
Our last day in Goreme we visited their very famous World Heritage-listed ...
... Glad we did it! After returning for breakfast we had a choice of activities. We chose SHOPPING at a local market! The other choice was a pretty intensive hike, so we passed on that. Getting plenty of hiking every day! The market was fun! All locals, no tourists. One of the most interesting things was aged cheese wracked in a skin with the hair still on. The vegetables looked so fresh and yummy. ...
... I'm already very sleepy by this point!). But this day tour I absolutely loved, we went hiking through the Rose Valley and got to get up close to some incredible scenery and rock formations. I really enjoyed getting out amongst it and I probably needed the exercise to burn off some of the tasty Turkish food I've been scoffing down! After another delicious lunch in a cave restaurant we headed to the underground city of Derinkuyu, the largest underground city in Cappadocia. A ...
... drive days.and we have a completely different type of person. Whereas our trip we have mainly over 30s, they have proper backpacker types, a bit feral... they dint get half such help from their crew a we do apparently. The help the crew give us is much appreciated.
Friday, 25 April 2014
Today was a veritable lie in, we didn't have to get up until 7.30am, and yet we
were up at about 6.30am, mainly to the sound of balloons going overhead.
... It looks like a flight to Athens on the 17th will be my next plan. I grabbed dinner in town at a restaurant called Fat Boy’s. I had a traditional Turkish meal of a beef hot pot cooked in a clay pot and then cracked open with a hammer. It was pretty cool, and tasty.
Tomorrow I head back to Istanbul and I’m looking forward to it. Such a cool city definitely deserved another couple of ...