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We were able to meet with the head of this group (our tour guide knew him) and ask questions about the ceremony and the practices. We were quite fortunate to be able to experience this first-hand. We each received a card, with what they call their "Seven Advice of Mevlana":
1. In generosity and helping others be like a river
2. In compassion and grace be like sun
3. In concealing others' faults be like night
4. In ...
... We inadvertently made 2 (non-refundable) reservations at this hotel. They kindly offered us the room for an additional 2 nights but as we had flights booked to Istanbul on the 20th, we couldn't take them up on it. Instead, Debbie negotiated for a room upgrade. This hotel is amazing, see our review and all the pics. Honestly, the shower is the best we've ever had. The views from the hotel are amazing. I made a reservation for a hot air balloon flight ...
Had to get up at 6:30 AM to catch a bus to get to the airport for our flight to Cappadocia, where the airport is in middle of nowhere and we are the only plane on the tarmac. No Information Office, nothing. The taxi driver wanted 130 Lira to get us to Goreme, 40km away. I said no and walked over to catch the local bus to Nevsehir as a young couple approached and asked if we wanted to share a cab. The same taxi driver asked for 110 Lira (*******) off them for ...
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Lunch was at a nearby village where we had the opportunity to interact directly with one of the families. Upon arrival we were escorted into a small outbuilding to meet a woman sitting on the floor rolling out bread dough and cooking it over a tandoor oven. Her hands flew as she formed the flat sheets of bread dough with a rolling pin and then flipped them over to the hot metal on the top of the oven. She offered to let one ...
... is 2.7 USD for petrol which is the most expensive in the world. They import natural gas from Egypt, Iran, , Turkistan, and around the region but it’s not cheap to buy either. Red meat 1kg about USD 16, lamb chops USD 35.
The farming thing was interesting because to our eyes a lot of the land was well and truly under-used, in fact all trip I actually counted 16 cows. It seems that the Government has forbidden what they call industrial ...