Paradise Cave Hotel and Pension
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... has a wonderful grand entrance, inside there is a raise mescit (prayer room) and rooms around the side for sleeping, dining and cooking. The grand doors were locked at night for the safety of traders. Next stop to Anattalya was the Mevlana Museum in Konya, the former lodge of the whirling dervishes. Celaleddin Rumi, the Seljuk Sultanate of Rum produced one of the worlds most mystical philosophers. Rumi became known as Mevlana (Our Guide). When Rumi died 17 ...
... delirious, and sleep deprived. Our disgust was quenched though when we saw our Grand Cave Suites. The land of Cappadocia is made up of pumice stone, soft enough for carving, and inhabitants, old and new, have gone at it. Our hotel is a more modern version, complete with plumbing and wifi, but a cave just the same. Rock walls, little light, a bed nook was cut into the wall. Then my first call to prayer went off as the sun ...
... It's a mixture of bizaare and visually stunning formation that just appears without warning emerging from a cliff almost 200 metres high overlooking a landscape of hot, dusty, rural fields. It's a series of pools formed over time and fed by natural calcite-laden waters from hot springs that flow down the slope. The ancient Roman Health Spa of Hierapolis was built here, a city that included all the usual buildings, theatre, Agora (artistic, spiritual ...
... rock eroded into hundreds upon hundreds of spectacular pillars and mineret-like natural forms covering the floor like a pincushion. The people in the entire area then carved out houses, churches, monasteries and underground villages within them, and carried out life like a termite society.
To us, we had just entered a fantasy township in a faraway dreamland. Somehow we had shrunk and were wandering through a fairy village designed by the imagination of Tim Burton. ...
... watch: while Kadir's feet propelled the wheel to spin the clay, his hand deftly formed its shape. When he finished, before us was a beautifully formed urn. Just then Master Potter Galip Korukcu entered the studio.
Korukcu, Master of the pottery, has over 50 years experience as a potter and learned the craft from his father. Mehmet, on our drive to the pottery, had indicated that this is not unusual in the area. Children who are the smartest are directed ...