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... change out of the hot weather gear and don the GS dry suit. Better safe than sorry. However the threatening rain never quite appears except for a few spots around Afyon.
I'm making great time and by 2pm I have completed the 650km to Konya. Before setting out I loaded a potential overnight stop into the Navi so I head for the old town to check it out.
It's a complete nightmare. A new tram system is under ...
... the monks & hermits living high up to move closer to the people & from the 3rd century, tiny churches & refectories were built. One- called The Dark Church, had very beautiful frescoes telling the Gospel stories to the people. The colours retained their vibrancy because only one small opening near the roof let in any light.
We drove past a huge flat topped mountain- Turkey's Table Mountain & ...
... sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Many years ago I watched Bob Simon on 60 Minutes take a hot air balloon through monasteries and churches carved into rock towers high in the sky. Had no idea where or what it was, but I knew I had to see it. Turns out, it was Cappadocia, a wild region in central Turkey, created by ancient volcanic activity that cooled the landscape into tall pillars, deep valleys and solid dunes. In these ...
... It took a while for the driver to find my hotel, but that’s no surprise. This place is like one big maze. There are tons of tiny streets that go up through the hills and every hotel has the name "Cave Hotel" in it somewhere, so to find my “Dream Cave Hotel” proved rather difficult. I checked into the hotel which is pretty nice considering it is €15 per night. It has a big double bed and ...
... to see an underground city that was built and used by the Hittites in 1500BC. There are dozens of these underground towns, some connected to each other and some going down 8 levels underground. We also go to see the Melendiz River, churches cut out in huge rocks and a monastery also cut out and in the rocks, and finally we end the tour in Pigeon Valley. Okay I am not a fan of pigeons, but they are part of how these formations are made int ...
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