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Hiking group in Cappadocia/Ihlara Valley?

Old Apr 11th, 2006, 07:51 PM
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Hiking group in Cappadocia/Ihlara Valley?

Hi,

As I was doing research on the internet I found this great environmentally-conscious hiking group--in the Cappadocia area, I think. Maybe the Ihlara Valley?

It was a bunch of University chums, so they were all into the environment, flora and fauna, preserving the earth, and education. (That's how I remember it, anyhow!) It was appealing because they did sort of informal hikes, and it wasn't touristy.

AND then, wouldnt you know, I lost the website! It's no longer in my "history"--or at least I can't find it anymore!

Does anyone out there know about this group? Heard of anything like it?

Thanks.
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Old Apr 11th, 2006, 07:58 PM
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No but the Ihlara Valley is beautiful.

AndI'd be surprised if you couldn't find something about a group like this with a little googling, especially since you already saw it on the internet.
 
Old Apr 11th, 2006, 08:11 PM
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Hi Neopolitan

I've been "googling" like crazy using key words, but no such luck!!!

ARgh!!!
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Old Apr 15th, 2006, 09:27 PM
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Found it! Apparently, something funky was going on with the website (like they didnt have the money to keep it going) and, as of now, it's back up and running: middleearthtravel.com. So I wasnt losing my marbles after all!
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Hi Asa4;
You are brave to use a company who can not efford a website hosting to book your holiday with? your holiday could be in danger. However if you are talking about Middle Earth, you are in safe hands but I just wanted to share my thoughts ;-))for future referance....
Happy hiking,
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Old Apr 16th, 2006, 08:12 PM
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Thanks for the warning. I agree, but also liked what Middle Earth had to offer. Also, I know from past experience that the trekking business can be a tough one, so I am willing to make allowances.
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I appreciate your way of thinking... say hi to Atil and if you are around take him with for a coffee or a cold beer...I am quite close by
regards,
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