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 Just got back from Nuremberg for my birthday weekend (next post up)! Finally, found some time to post some pictures up from my remaining Turkey trip. Pictures were taken from Ephesus, Pamukkale and Cappadocia (where my ass was frozen up in the air – lovely).

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Hiked up to Hierapolis (the sacred city). In picture is Amphitheatre.

The gates of hell in Hieropolis. Feels like home doesn't it, Aish? HAHA!

The gates of hell in Hieropolis. Feels like home doesn’t it, Aish? HAHA!

I’m already missing Turkey. I was hoping to have a white christmas in Germany but, doubt that will happen! I shouldn’t have said I had enough of snow in Turkey, shouldn’t have! And, I’m left with exactly a week before heading back home. While I’m happy to see all the familiar faces, I’m gonna be pretty sad to leave my life as a hobo. I might even cry on the plane and listen to some sappy songs to get into the whole atmosphere. P.R.U.N.E.

Natural hot spring at Pamukkale.

Natural hot spring at Pamukkale.

Love you forever Aish xxx

Love you forever Aish xxx

At Cappadocia- hot air balloon: my favourite city in Turkey!

At Cappadocia – hot air balloon: my favourite city in Turkey!

Ankle-deep snow situation. I was not wearing proper boots and socks.

Ankle-deep snow situation. I was not wearing proper boots and socks.

The hot air balloon ride was not included in the tour package as it is an optional tour. It is priced at USD 200 but, it’s worth every penny. Even though it was a brutal -25 deg celsius up in the air.

En route to Göreme & Underground city.

En route to Göreme & Underground city.

These are churches built in rocks. Famously known as fairy chimneys.

These are churches built in rocks. Famously known as fairy chimneys.

There were about 16,000 occupants in this underground city. You literally have to bend low to get around.

There were about 16,000 occupants in this underground city. You literally have to bend low to get around.

Cosy-ing up in the kitchen.

Cosy-ing up in the kitchen.

Frozen river stream at Zelve Valley.

Frozen river stream at Zelve Valley.

Had one of the most wonderful time in Turkey many thanks to On The Go tours! Do check out their other tours and speak to our travel experts at Flight Centre if you want to enquire about these tours!

Here’s wishing all of you around the world a MERRY CHRISTMAS! Have a good one with your loved ones 🙂

Loves,
Fath xxx
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