Cappadocia Cave Suites
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We set off early-ish today after a sunlit breakfast on our rooftop terrace again. Our guide - Oguzhan took us (with the Engelanders) on a private tour of all the areas of interest surrounding Goreme.
He explained the formation of this desolate landscape dates back many centuries and was naturally formed. The cave houses were apparently easier to make into housing than building from scratch- and very easy to renovate. But legend has it that the first settlers set eyes on ...
... terrace of our hotel for a second breakfast, but no one was very hungry and so we enjoyed the sunshine for a while before all going our separate ways for an hours rest.
It was by then late morning and we met up with the Engelanders, walked to the bus station and boarded a local bus to the nearby village of Avenos - famous for its Turkish ceramics. Once there, we found an authentic Turkish pizza restaurant and had a delicious ...
... form. Made it to Kaya camping in 9 hours 30 mins - result! The amazing campervan park owner saw us coming in the dark so quickly scootered over and checked us in. Gave us a full run down of the hikes and set up up in the best spot for a view in the morning. Bought some cold beers from the market and I fashioned some kind of tuna pasta meal out of what ever we had left in the cupboards. Camping ground Amazeballs! Totally worth the mission of a ...
... what belongings they could carry and move to the other country. Since there had been much intermarriage, families were torn apart. The displaced citizens of one country were sent to the homes of the other causing havoc. Greek fisherman were sent to Turkish farming communities and vice versa. The new residents were resented by their new neighbors and blamed for the loss of friends and family.
Next to our hotel was the Old Greek House, a restaurant and guest house. We had a ...
... Goerme which is littered with similar carved out dwellings.
Despite the scorching heat, it did not detract from the wonder of this place. These dwellings/buildings felt old and had a sense of longevity about them. On the other hand, the mountains (which clearly are infinitely older) crumbling away had a sense of impermanence. Interesting contrast.
The morning went by rather rapidly. I went into ...