Urgup Evi Guest House
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... a coffee house for turkish tea, a marbling artisan, a winery and a local market were all interesting. The day ended at the driver's house where his wife and daughter had prepared for us a delicious spread of local dishes.
We had many questions:
How did you meet? They were childhood neighbours.
What are your children's hobbies? Computer games and soccer.
What do ...
... had been there before and come back with her friends he rolled out the red carpet for them. Brought out cookies and nuts along with the tea. Then he sat down with a bag of stuff, and said that he had some questions for them. If they answered right, he’d give them gifts. The girls earned some little handicraft dolls, Stuart a key chain. Mitch was the last person, and the guy lobbed him an easy one. "I forgot your name" ...
... through the countryside, stunning. Had lunch with a cowherd and his son and cows by a slow river, it doesn't get much better we all shared what we had Unfortunately, and DONT tell him I told you this, but my darling husband has the most dreadful sense of direction and after travelling for about an hour we passed our lunch spot again !!! ...
... the lightening gloom, I could make out the vague hinted shape of a mountain range. Fast forward ahead three hours, the sun is cheerily beaming down and the suggested range is now in view and turns out to be a collection of volcanic peaks that are made to appear huger than they should be as they are standing alone in a flat prairie.
Cappodocia owes its unique geology to these very volcanoes. Over the aeons that they have worked their violent magic, they have ...
... 8217;re here, so I’d hate to come to Cappadocia and not go ballooning.
I grabbed dinner at a little restaurant in the village called Fat Boys. It was a good meal and it’s funny to see a village in the middle of nowhere in Turkey, and hardly any Turkish people. The only people in this village are tourists. I suppose that’s the only thing this community is built on, but it’s still strange to see. ...