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Another Gorgeous Vista in Turkey: Pamukkale

The village of Pamukkale, which translates to “cotton castle,” was where we headed to after Cappadocia. After our amazing time awing at the stunning landscape of Cappadocia, I didn’t think anything else could match up to it. 784 more words


Turkey | Going it Solo for 10 days!

July 31st – August 9th 2015

Turkey Solo | Flying Bangkok-Istanbul via Kazakstan, Selcuk, Pammukale and Egirdir.

My first solo long-haul fight. How was I feeling? 2,120 more words


Natural Infinity Pools of Pamukkale

After Cappadocia, Pamukkale is probably the second most famous tourist spot.  The pure white cliffs with natural baby blue infinity pools overlooking the mountains in the distance is a perfect, Pamukkale is the prime example of a picturesque nature scene. 791 more words


Travel Planning: Turkey Edition

My friends and I finally came up with an itinerary for our upcoming trip to Turkey. It’s not a fully defined plan by any means but we at least agreed on a general route which is: … 441 more words


Pamukkale, Turkey

We took a bus from Antalya to Denizil, When we arrived at the station, and transfer to a mini bus, it was cramped with tourists costing 3 Lira to Pamukkale. 348 more words



For ancient Greeks and Romans, Hieropolis, in the Anatolian southwest of our mystery country, was a luxury spa  destination. Visitors today probably know it best for the travertine-terrace pools, which inspired the modern name, Pamukkale or Cotton Castle in the local tongue. 51 more words

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