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... to be pretty comfortable and we had working WIFI! Unfortunately, it turned out to be less comfortable than expected. The bus was 100% full and made a TON of stops in tiny towns, at each of which all the lights were switched on and everyone got off the bus to smoke.
At some point, we had the interesting experience of a high-maintenance Turkish couple refusing to sit ...
... To cap off the perfect day, we had a fantastic dinner (again chicken shish and lentil soup) at a local restaurant, where the adorable little proprietor awkwardly insisted on greeting me with the French bisoux.
The following day, we wanted to visit the areas in Cappadocia not accessible by scooter, hot air balloon, car or ATV. Our first stop was the Goreme Open Air Museum, which showcases many of the most beautiful cave churches that have been preserved in the ...
... a family in this area who still live in one of these fairy chimneys and we were really fortunate to be able to visit them in their home - not something we would have been able to do on a large coach tour. Given there are now only 6 of us it was a perfect opportunity. The "house" was amazing, so warm and comfortable and decorated with the beautiful rugs created by the wife, some she had made as part of her dowry, some she had inherited from her family. They were a family of ...
... in the Cappadoccia region. Apparently there are about 150 such cities in the area and some are interconnected by tunnels. People retreated to these underground cities when they were under threat from invaders. Given the complexity of the cities they must have had to retreat there a lot! The city we saw to day Kaymakli Yeralti Sehri was 8 levels deep. We got down to the fifth level. They are a maze of tunnels, living areas, storage areas, and cellars and ...
... around nearly 100 tunnels. The locals still use some of these tunnels for storage and stables which they access through their courtyards.
The city goes down for eight levels but we only went down to level four. There were a lot of guides wanting to show us the city but we said we would find our own way. We went down through some long passages into some tiny rooms and the air was very still! The next tunnel was almost a hands and ...
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Dinek Mah. Emirgan Cad. No:19 Alanya Merkez, Alanya | 4 star hotelfrom $77