Walnut House Hotel Goreme
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... are fertilized, and bob's your uncle. nowadays the pigeons likely hang around in part because you can pay a turkish lira to buy a handful of bird feed to drop on the ground at the touristy panorama lookouts. but the human part is everywhere, interspersed with the un-humaned rocks. amazing. other nice sights. a full size tree covered in evil eyes. a whole lamb roasting out on the street. carpet shops. (no we didn't). helping two guys move an industrial size propane ...
... There was even a small amount of Priam's treasure which had been taken from Troy. Some of the most impressive ceramic work was by the Hittites, but the what really wowed me was the beautiful fine gold jewellery created in the early bronze and bronze ages. I would love to have known how they created it and what tools they used. Finally late in the afternoon we visited Ataturks mausoleum, a monstrous edifice sitting above Ankara. By this time it was getting dark, cold ...
... last stop before nightfall - Pasabaglari, where we saw some great examples of cave structures and abandoned dwellings. The light was beautiful and again it was heaps of fun for the kids to climb the walls and into the upper stories of these former homes.
We got back to town at dinner time and it was dark and getting cold. I discovered the kids had been moved out of their room and onto the second floor of another building. Someone had packed up all of their stuff and moved ...
... breakfast we lash together a new plan for the day. It involves a visit to the Göreme Open Air Museum followed by a gentle bimble around this extraordinary province.
Cappadocia is known to have been inhabited since the 6th century BC. Not a lot is known exactly why these ancient people built several large underground cities though one presumes Bronze Age Health and Safety was a ...
... I take comfort in the fact that I will find my own little oasis-places….and I do find them….
Nemrut Dagi NP
On my way to Nemrut Dagi NP I enjoy great landscape views, funny motorbike creations, lots of fruit sellers along the street (reminder of Romania and Iran), cows and sheep crossing the highway lazily, minarets everywhere, and no tourist in sight yet! Lots of farming and rural life in this area of Turkey. I stop at little family ...