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... When we were leaving Ankara we saw hillsides of small, roughly built houses which sprang up around 1923 when Ankara was made the capital and the city began to grow because there was work, but insufficient housing. Since then large apartment blocks have gone up but many of the small houses still look inhabited.
Solar panels and satellite TV dishes are common on the apartments and houses near the City.
Lots of people got on and off the ...
... lovely decorative stone work around the main entrance doors and also in the dining room. The fountain is called the ‘milk’ fountain; it has two taps one had water the other milk, now both only have water: I made a new friend of the man with the souvenir stall, Adam.
Mt Ararat stayed very bashful, hidden under cloud for the duration of our visit. The lower of the two peaks did present itself briefly and D took a quick snap. Again we headed south ...
... Next stop was our included traditional Turkish breakfast, something that we would become very familiar with which consisted of bread, olives, cheese, cold cuts, sliced tomato and cucumber. The dream of a bacon and eggs was crushed.
From our breakfast spot we got a fantastic view of the morning coming alive, with the sun barely a crack on the horizon the area in all directions began to light up with what looked like a technicolour of giant alien eggs, flames ...
... rise over the chimneys of Cappadocia was something I won't forget in a hurry. Back to the hotel after the ride and had b'fast then an hours catch up sleep before we all piled into the bus again for a tour around Cappadocai at the ground level.
The first place we visited was 'Camel Rock' where we walked down some eroded ...
... of the city and look back at the sprawling mass below... and then we're straight into the bare scrub of the mountainous country beyond. We have such a lovely journey... it was a day when everyone waved at us. Little boys on the side of the road, old men outside their houses and everyone seemed happy. Perhaps because it's Friday, which is the weekend here. The hills are stunning and we drive through spectacular ...