Survived our first night bus from Olympos to Goreme (Cappadocia), not too bad as bus wasn't too busy so got to spread out a bit. And found a hostel in a cave(called Shoestring) with the other Kiwis (Nick & Amee) and the Canadians (Peter & Emily).
Had a wee kip then rented Mountain Bikes for the afternoon to explore some of the rock valleys. Probably the crapiest bikes we've ever ridden with brakes and gears that didn't really work and my bike was a road bike, but you can't complain for 4 euros. An absolutly sutnning place to bike around like nothing I've ever seen before, with crazy rock formations and valleys that stretch for miles and miles. Mark had a bit of a collusion with the rocks and got an impressive graze, but luckily we ran into some French tourists who saw his arm and cleaned it up with their first aid kit.
After having not much sleep the night before from our bus ride and biking all afternoon we then experienced a Turkish night, which was 25 euros each for dinner, unlimited alcohol (meaning you could order a big bottle of vodka, so no doubt got a bit messy) and traditional entertainment. After the Turkish night finished we got dropped off at a pub back and danced the night away till the early hours of the morning.
The next day was very slow as we recovered from our hangovers and Mark & I moved to a nearby campground as it was a 1/3 of the price of the hostel. We then spent our last day going for a big walk through some more of the rock valleys (Love Valley - the rock formations explain; Honey Valley - bee hives are in the caves; and Pigeon Valley - pigeons live in the caves). Went out for dinner together for Pottery Kebabs (see video) then said farewell to the other kiwis (who were off to Istanbul) and jumped on a 15 hour night bus ride to Trabzon with the Canadians.