4ODA Cave House
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... dropped off at tiny hotels tucked away in back streets in remote villages which the shuttle bus had to inch it's way down between stone walls, houses,tractors and other bits and pieces. The hotel is sited on the hill above town and built partly into the cliffs. Our bathroom is entirely inside a rock cliff whereas the bedroom looks out over a small terraced garden. Straight to bed as it's a 4.50am start tomorrow for a hot air ballon ...
... of stories, sometimes witty, sometimes wise, but often, too, a fool or the butt of a joke. A Nasreddin story usually has a subtle humour and a pedagogic nature. It was a long and very hot day of touring a historic Roman site, a traditional and historic mosque and a cave Christian church. We had a break at the cave church which is entrusted to the family who owns the land. They care for it and offer ...
4th May 2014. Sunday.
We were up and packed for our flight to Kayseri bright and early. The breakfast was exactly the same and I think it starts to get a little old on the third day. Zach still loved his Nutella cones though.
We were scheduled to fly Turkish Airlines to Kayseri and had asked the guy at reception the previous day to arrange a transfer to the airport. The flight was to take off at 1220. I thought we ...
... horses'. Cappadocia was also the centre of the Silk Road and we learn that the strange "ant-hills" are called 'fairy chimneys'. The fairy chimneys were formed 50 million years ago in a volcanic eruption, but are predicted to last only another 20-30 years (not million) due to erosion!!
Our guide, also called Ramazan, was the king of bad jokes, but had us laughing all day long! He explained the most common Turkish men's names ...
Ash nazg durbatulūk, ash nazg gimbatul, ash nazg thrakatulūk agh burzum-ishi krimpatul.
We also rented ATV quad cycles and spent an hour tooling around. It’s not really something Cindy or I would do on our own, but we were advised by friends that it’s worth doing in Cappadocia, and after seeing one in action, Elias was adamant, so we went. Elias was initially pretty disgruntled that he would not be able to drive one on his own, ...