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... only an hour and the scenery of volcanoes, steppes, coloured hillsides and fields was stunning. What was not so good was 'the ripe smell' (as David so eloquently put it) from a lot of people on the bus! We were glad it was a short trip!
Coming into the township of Goreme is out of this world. The town itself is in a valley and the hillsides are covered in rock formations, fairy chimneys and caves. It is a ...
... the reception. He gave us a key and said go down to the women. The men and women are on different floors. We entered the women's area and a woman, who did not speak English, showed us where to undress. We got the message that we take off everything, put it in the locker and wrap up in a pashmina-size wrap. We also had flip flops. Then back out to the main area to sit and wait. Soon, a large Turkish woman came with paint brushes and painted our ...
... br> Just when I thought the was about to split into the young blokes and older crew, a game of cards breaks out and a mixture of people play. Hopefully this'll continue.
Wednesday 23 April
Not much today, just the arrival in Goreme, which is home of the fairy chimneys, in Cappadoccia.
Tomorrow Luke is going up in a balloon, so hopefully amazing photos to follow.
Thursday 24 April
Luke was up very early this morning, 4.40am to go hot ...
... been a part. On my right was the massif and all along the edge of it, I could see the next set of "pinnacles-to-be" starting to separate...to my left, a load of pinnacles standing alone, most still with their basalt heads on. If I let my eyes focus only on the basalt heads and let my eyes drift from left to right, I could clearly see that all the basalt heads were in complete alignment with the basalt layer still embedded in the plateau. It was ...
... market stalls and restaurants to get to the entry of the museum. One man was selling photographs of tourists on magic carpets (you know how they can super impose you onto a different background) while another had devised a way of making homemade potato crisps by winding a potato onto a skewer very thinly then cooking in oil (Ox was interested in this one!)- it was obvious that the sellers were not getting many sales on this day (almost low season) and ...