Anatolian Cave Hotel
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... and cultural history of the area helping to take our mind off our problems. Cappadoccia exudes an air of mystery and amazement that words could never describe. The region is characterised by conical rock formations called fairy chimneys formed due to volcanic activity creating various layers of solidified ash topped with a harder layer of lava that has eroded over millions of years to produced these shapes. The compressed ash is soft enough to carve ...
... the conversation and once everyone got going, they all seemed to have a fascinating story. The Chinese girls turned out to be undergrads, one of them studying in France and other in Poland. Both exchange students. Their moms are friends in Beijing, so these two practically grew up together. Both were taking a short Turkish vacation during their school break. The Brazilian son was studying in The Netherlands, and was taking a Turkish vacation with his ...
... threat of attack, Carne and Teresa lasted barely 30 minutes and only made it down 4 stories before exiting !
I should add that some of the alley ways were bearly 3 foot tall and 2.5 foot wide. We had to duck walk to go down them. Some places had no lights. Once we were well down in the underground city we figured out that the red arrows took you down further and the blue ...
... six months they found one near here when a guy went to the very back of his shed and moved a door that he hadn't moved before and found an entire underground city behind it. we went into one of those. seven levels of city, going down 55 metres. one hell of a ventilation shaft as you can imagine. people didn't live here regularily - it was a place of refuge to hide from enemies. lots of fail proofs including secret tunnels, narrow staircases that would be easy to defend, ...
... much as expected of such a structure. In my view, Charley and I had a much better time hanging out together while she ate an ice cream and we chatted.
Once the others emerged (and fixed up Ethan's wounds after he fell down a hole in the cave), we headed to the region's biggest town - Urgup -and visited a winery there as the region is well known for its wine making. I am not the best judge of wines, but Ben and Jihn were underwhelmed and we soon continued our ...