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... this bridge but fortunately not into the stream below.
Still in this same area there is another tumulus that enclosed the tomb of two women, possibly the mother and another relative of the fellow who had the Mt Nemrut terraces constructed. This burial site was plundered soon after it was used. This tumulus is made of river pebbles and is about 30m high. Still a hell of a lot of pebbles.
Archaeologists are hopeful that at some point in the future ...
... much as expected of such a structure. In my view, Charley and I had a much better time hanging out together while she ate an ice cream and we chatted.
Once the others emerged (and fixed up Ethan's wounds after he fell down a hole in the cave), we headed to the region's biggest town - Urgup -and visited a winery there as the region is well known for its wine making. I am not the best judge of wines, but Ben and Jihn were underwhelmed and we soon continued our ...
Over the past two days we have seen many of the fairy chimneys that were used as homes or churches, but nothing prepared us for the Kaymakli Underground City, another World Heritage site. This warren of tunnels and rooms covers an estimated 2 square kilometers over 6 levels. The city was built for shelter from the recurring threat of invading armies. The Hittites, one of the oldest civilizations, began digging the tunnels about 2000 BC to give the slip to ...
... there'll be one standing on its own. You'll see it in the photos. In some places the indigenous have cut holes in them to live in, a poor man's version of Petra. There are some old Christian churches as well, although to be honest I had a lot of walking to do that day so didn't stick around when you can see something really impressive of this nature in Jordan.
It's hard to describe in words without ...
... around us, and watched as some of them started taking off! The ones in our field started to use their fire after a certain amount of inflation, and quickly came off the ground after that! We were led over to our balloon (Cihangiroglu Balloons) and got a ladder to get into the basket! There were five sections of the basket, with four for passengers, and the middle for the pilot and the gas tanks, and we were joined by the two people from our van and a group of about 15 or so ...