Allstar Goreme House Hotel
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... area is just too precipitous for trains. The road to Karapinar had us laughing. The temperature was 36C and the signs on the roadside gave us vital "ice - slippery" warning or a sign indicating chains should be used. That made us realise that the seasonal range is huge and we wondered how comfortable the mud dwellings would be in winter conditions.
The plain was interrupted ...
... still are some people now who use these structures) used the natural caves and created addtional ones by chiselling away with hand tools to create rooms and tunnels. we're talking 4 stories of rooms made of rock. the openings remain and so do some remnants of paint or carved-in niches. for example, most old rock/cave "homes" have had dovecotes chiseled into them. little square rock cubbyholes for the pigeons to live in. the pigeons poop, the people collect the poop, ...
... quite normal in this valley which seems to have lasted for an eternity. Sitting here in this soft, silent sunset I think at last I understand his fascination for melting clocks in phallic landscapes. And just now a sound that reminds me that this is indeed the real world - a sound which has become familiar to me during our previous week in Istanbul, the urgent call of an Imam calling the faithful to prayer reaches me here from a slim minaret far across the ...
... and climb onto this heated stone table. My woman (clad in a two-piece suit) put my wrap on the table and gave me an inflatable pillow, head rest. I'm lying on my back completely nude, while others are sitting around waiting their turn. First, she poured nice warm water over my entire body. Then she begins with a scouring pad, rubbing over my entire body. She was in places that not US massage therapist would dare go! After I was completely ...
... at home still working at 11-45
at night. It was very good and pretty cheap at only £8.40.
David our financial advisor told us to
damn the expense and go for a hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia
in the morning but as it's his job to spend other peoples money, and at
€120 each he can keep his counsel to himself. Instead we will do
the touristy stuff on terra firma and keep our cash in our pockets.