Anatolian Cave Hotel
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... how to use their silk! The carpets were beautiful and we went off with a salesman to look at a few. It seemed like such a good way to support the community, and also a worthwhile investment. Of course we bought a carpet after a story like that! We found a neutral, modern style drug that we both liked, and after some careful deliberation and clever sales pitches we bought one. Luckily, it gets shipped home for free. We had worked up quite an appetite, so left ...
... missed out on being drawn from the ballot, and I wondered if those people would feel the graves of soldiers should be used as a bed and a foot rest. I will never know, but I have to frank and say I was ashamed of my fellow countrymen at that moment. ANZAC day at Anzac Cove was an unforgettable, epic, tiring experience. Seeing first hand the narrow beach and the immense cliffs that our boys had to climb on the anniversary of the landing was too sad to describe. Listening ...
... one step further and sculpted (as in with a hammer and chisel) themselves homes, churches, and hiding places into these dessert shaped rock chunks. we managed to see some magnificent examples of all of these. some of the churches still have quite intact frescoes. they are somewhat damaged by vandals. including muslims scratching out the eyes of the human figures (islam forbids the representation of humans, as a süper-short-cut explanation). but also a few "sally was ...
... to buy souvenirs (bracelets for the girls) as well as try our hand at making our own pomegranate and orange juice.
We then drove to the Goreme Open Air Museum a UNESCO heritage listed site which preserves some examples of early churches and a monastery in a huge open air setting. It was interesting - especially the chapels where the examples of the frescos were well preserved. But after a while the chapels started to look the same and we'd had enough a little before ...
... actual bus time.
As for that much vaunted German efficiency, it's not present and correct today at least.
So it's a pair of pretty sleepy fellows who stumble out of their respective pits and clamber onto the bus, hastily stuffing shirts into trousers and checking they have cameras and money.
In the event it's a completely busted flush. The weather ...