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... to the hotel we walked the local area looking for a cafe that offered local fare. The hotel's concierge suggested that we go to a cafe, owned by the local butcher, called "Meat and Meet". As we sat down and ordered there was a blackout, so with candle burning we had a most enjoyable lunch. Tomorrow is our big excursion to Gallipoli. We leave at 6am and return about 11 pm. So an early night in ...
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... Christian monks carved the caves from the soft volcanic stone and decorated them with elaborate Byzantine frescoes.
Kaymakli Underground City:Early Christian lived secretly in order to survive and keep thier faith. It was built under the hill; the people of Kaymakli Village have constructed thier houses around nearly one hundred tunnels of the underground city.
Uchisar Village: Uchisar is situated ...
... a main street and of course had to 'grab the bull by the horns.’
The renowned ‘craft street’ seemed to be shut, so we salivated over amazing cakes instead. We ate a late lunch in a restaurant on the street. I had a spicy lamb kebab plate, and every time you finished your tea, they would rush over and fill it up! All I wanted was Turkish apple tea, but they didn’t seem to have any, which I found decidedly strange.
... a traditional dessert here. It was delicious, so much smoother and creamier then the rice pudding in Australia. The store we went to had an impressive baklava display as well. Very nice to look at.
We finished the day with dinner at a kebab shop, tasted pretty good. The streets were pretty packed, sure are a lot of people here.