Walnut House Hotel Goreme
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... end, but he reiterated his and all of Turkey’s love for Australia! At this particular bar called Fat Boys, they even had meat pies and vegemite toast on the menu!! After our stay in Turkey, particularly Cappadocia, I would say the same thing applies for our love of Turkey and the Turkish people!
Cappadocia is a dreamlike, fairy tale place of incredible beauty that I would highly recommend, if not demand, should be on the top of any traveller’s itinerary to Turkey!
By the time we left it was lunchtime and everyone was starving, so we headed back into Goreme and got wrapped kebabs - which the kids have been wanting for days.
Then it was back on the bus and onwards to Uchisar - a town with a lookout which allowed us to see all the way across Pigeon Valley to Uchisar Castle. Pigeons are significant in these parts; part of the fairy legend continues that men hunted down the fairies and killed them... And those ...
Early start at 7.30am to beat the crowds at the Goreme's Open - Air Museum., a Byzantine settlement housing 20 monks and then a pilgrimage site from the 17th century. Aziz Basil Sapeli chapel dedicated to Kayseriborn St Basil an important Cappadocian Saint. The early start was worth it to beat the crowds. During the drive to the open museum we were surrounded by the hot air balloons flying over the fairy chimneys. A truly magnificent site and it was so disappointing we could ...
... in Argentina. I was fine with being chauffeured. We drove down back dirt roads in small towns, found cemeteries, horses, other roaming tourists.The entire region is meant to be explored and you can pretty much go anywhere you'd like.
We hiked through Fairy Valley which we ballooned over earlier. Fairy chimneys, as they call them, jet up out of the sand and have tiny windows and ancient worn step holes to the top. Others look ...
... years ago as pagan temples, then converted into churches. The artwork inside them on the walls is very impressive, however the eyes of all the painted people have been scratched out. There were so many chimney homes. It was really surreal being inside and seeing what were once meal areas, bathing dig outs, sleeping areas. There were also a lot of graves inside some of the church chimneys. Some had the skeletons preserved inside. We paid our extra lira to enter the "dark church" which ...