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Patara and Pamukkale

Occasionally, somebody asks me about just how the hell we manage to travel for such extended periods, purely from an endurance standpoint. It’s a valid question; quite frankly, this shit ain’t easy. 1,360 more words


The Prettiest Natural Rock Pools You'll Ever See

Pamukkale is a spectacular place, located in southwestern Turkey. In Turkish it means “cotton castle”. The famous pools are made of terraces of carbonate minerals, filled with warm, milky-blue water. 50 more words



Turkey’s Pamukkale, and its unusual limestone formations, is by far one of the weirdest and coolest places I’ve seen on my travels to date.


The Cotton Castle

Pamukkale and Hierapolis

Known as ‘the Cotton Castle’, Pamukkale is a small area of Turkey that contains amazing hot springs and travertines in a cloudy dreamscape. 30 more words


Pamukkale to Fethiye

Distance walked- 7.82km

Transport used- Dolmus, bus, shuttle bus

We left Pamukkale for Denizli and then headed for the coast again. Our first stop was Mugla where we changed buses for Fethiye. 150 more words


Pamukkale- Hierapolis and Travertine Terraces

Distance walked-12.82 km

Transport used- local bus

After breakfast we caught the local bus to the South gate of Hierapolis and started the trek through the ruins. 327 more words