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... 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 ...
... people once lived. Then we visited a monastery of the 11 Century which was all above ground. In this community I noticed that the caves were quite separate. There was a "cathedral" a school, a kitchen, a room for storing food and separate rooms probably for sleeping. On our way home we stopped at a place called Pigeon Valley. We saw balloons floating by in a magical scene but this place was named Pigeon Valley as more recently people kept pigeons to use their **** as ...
... the wrong side of the mountain, oh well We decided to go back through town to another viewing point, passing our digs on the way. Ah, the balloons are flying directly above our little log cabin, we could have stayed in bed an extra 2 hours, never mind !!! On arrival at our next viewpoint and having survived an almost vertical ride up to the top, oh yes, just up that lane and they are all there. I Set off walking and Brian took the bike, round the bend ...
... were magnificent. Even though the route was more difficult, it kind of made it more fun and special. We saw birds of prey, butterflies and even a couple of turtles. Sheer magic! Neil, Karen and Yan waded across the river. Victoria and I patiently kept on until we found a place where the river narrowed and we couple leapfrog over some rocks. Patience is a virtue?
We enjoyed a well ...
... dream. Finally one of the helpers showed up and directed me to the room with my fellow tourists, eventually we got out alive to the safely of the tour bus. So . . . admire at your peril. The day continued to Pergamon, an ancient Greek and later Roman city where we visit the magnificent acropolis whose impressive temples and library made Pergamum a renowned cultural and political and healing centre in its time. The altar is in a Berlin museum. There is an ...