Cappadocia Cave Suites
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Dug ınto the sıde of the mountaın we are stayıng ın the wonderful Cappadocıa cave Suıtes ın Goreme. THe regıon ıs a mountaınous terraın surrounded by hıgh and formerly actıve volcanoes. The hıstorıc eruptıons covered the valley wıth tuff whıch allowed the unıque culture of the regıon to develop. Thıs area ıs home to some of the fırst chrıstıan …
... The one church that is just outside the main museum, but is included with the ticket, was the best because it was quite big and is being restored.
The other common thing that is seen all over the area is pigeon holes. The people who occupied the caves used pigeons as messengers, used the feces for fertilizer, and used the egg whites to cover the walls of the churches which then had frescos painted on them. There are thousands of pigeon holes, and one ...
... learn about what I had just seem and a slight frustration that there were no people who could explain what it all meant in English. But I'm determined to find out. Mercredi 28 août 2013: Something I'm not sure if I've mentioned yet is how much I think my family would love Turkey. If anything because it is so completely different to the West. I have been completely fascinated by it. I think it's the art and all the beautiful patterns on their souvenirs. Everything is ...
... aware you were getting away from the more tourist areas when the Turkish / Kurdish men were all smoking inside. I went for a coffee (which I annoyingly wasn't able to get) and headed towards a cafe. The men in there were ecstatic to see a western tourist and kept buying me tea and attempted to chat in their broken English. However, I'm not a fan of the tea and especially not of the quantity of sugar they use, but what can you do. Luckily I used to have a technique where it ...
... at the right times on the plane, we feel pretty good. So we start exploring the town and all I can say is....Wow. It's like we're in a Tolkien fairytale. The landscape is surreal and the buildings built half in caves is just magical. Everything is honey-coloured and the entire place is eerily peaceful.
We explore the town for a bit, book ourselves into the hamam for later that day (more ...
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