Day 23-24. Turkiye; Cappadocia, Goreme.
Off to the scenic and highly recommended and touristy Cappadocia via 1st class train to Ankara then switching over to a bus to Nevsehir and a late night shuttle to Goreme.
|Only ticket available was first class for $5 more.
Not too bad at all.
|Lots of crops
|damn crowded and hot
|They have the right idea
|A quick rip off by taxi going
the long way to go straight
|Bus station reminding me of an airport
|Chau Ankara, and I think it was a good skip.
|Bonus tasty meal at bus station
|Serving up drinks...no bathroom
|A few views before sunset
|Late night shuttle, thank god
someone else needed it too
|Wild looking spot, cool street
|This place is cool
|Anatolian Kitchen, good.
|Watching RSA vs England semi-final
with some saffers Shaine and Pascal
at Fat Boys
|watch your head. Definitely don't get the best
bed arriving in the middle of the night.
|First guy and maybe the highest
|Must be 150 Balloons!
|Very good breaky
|Rent a classic American convertible in Turkiye.
Just a bit Touristy??
|Local Women's Society lunch place, good local.
|This should be a good spot for the Balloons
|Pretty good for $40 or so.
|Foreshadowing next year
|I'm not sure about this
wood stoved sphere encloser
|Fancy cave restaurants
|Great views of Goreme
|You could definitely hike a lot here
|Reminded me a lot of the Badlands in Alberta
|Must be a way down?
|How did they get to their places...?
|yes, in sanuks
|Came out of nowhere to the surprise of a few
|View from my room
|found this little gem for a donair
|Another Top Gunner
|Another good breaky
|Wild movie set, if it was for a movie...
|Open air doesn't seem so good?
|So yeah, the open air museum $20...
|A photo of common areas as you are not
allowed to take any photos of the churches.
|Dark church should be good
if only I could afford it, haha
|Another fee on top of the entry...
|Again no photos of churches allowed.
|back to town
|A real steel workhorse
|Dinner with the hotel staff
|Very common Afghanistan dish
|Dinner with Kazakhstani and Afghan friends
|Bye ... Cappadocia or
Kapadokya in turkish.