- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... very quickly, as the driver was waiting.
Ron decided he hasn't going, but Emma and I hastily threw on yesterday's clothes and made our way down to the waiting van. We were taken back to Air Kapadokya head quarters where we were given "breakfast" - read tea and a breadroll - and a coloured sticker denoting which balloon ride we were on. Soon the blue team were called, and we were on the way to the balloons.
... 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">I had remembered to put my new lip balm and hand cream in a separate plastic bag. Unfortunately after all the security drama, where they tried to take a padlock off us as a dangerous item (Emma explained how it worked and they decided we could keep it), I forgot to pick up the "gels" bag again. Not pricey but annoying as my lips are ...
... in density, so it weathered unevenly and made these interesting formations. We were even able to stay inside of the of the cave hotels, which ended up only being $20 bucks for a private room! It was SUPER cool-- we wish we could have stayed for a few more days.
We woke up early to watch sunrise from one of the viewpoints in Goreme. We made it up early enough to see the caves lit up, then thoroughly ...
... There is no way my words can truly explain, or do justice, to this place so please check out the photos to get a better idea. Sorry there are so many photos, I just couldn’t help myself.
We arrived at 2am (flight delay), and passed right out in our cave hotel! The room was carved into the rock and had many Turkish carpets hanging on the walls; it was perfect. Cappadocia is a huge region and we only had 3.5 days, so our first day started with a tour of the ...
... started getting super rocky, and at times quite desolate. It leapt rapidly between extremely industrial, dusty settlements, rundown mud-rock towns and stunning sparse, rolling landscapes punctuated by mountains. Photos didn't do them justice so you'll just have to use your imagination.
After bypassing Konya due to the OUTRAGEOUS smog cloud hanging over the city and it's surroundings (we learned later this was due to the sheer ...