Cappadocia Cave Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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... broke in an artwork we purchased in Istanbul last trip. Rae was excited about being able to have the tile replaced by a master craftsman. More retail therapy occurred at a carpet factory that trains girls in the traditional art of hand made carpets. The carpets were stunning and the selling very persistent. Most of the group went to belly dancing and dinner where Daryl was the star attraction from the ...
... visited a glazed tile workshop, then a small section of an old underground city. Apparently there were many in this region, which first started about 2500 BC and expanded over the centuries. They were for food storage and also places to hide when under attack. The passageways were low and narrow - not for the claustrophobic! To finish off a huge day, we attended a cultural show with most enjoyable traditional dancing. The men were so athletic, and the main belly dancer was ...
Sunrise, over Goerme and its lovely rock formations was great. However, it was made all the more special by the crowd of hot air balloons dominating the skyline.
At least twenty balloons were slowly, peacefully rifting their way across the sky. It was lovely to watch. As I cleaned the inside of the tent (for the first time in three weeks) I pondered on yesterday's time in this are, the fantastic walk ...
... you, goodnight'," and he loved talking about their toilet/compost system. At one point Chad was laughing so hard he excused himself down a creepy dirt tunnel just to regroup.
We drove on to a Greek village of Mustafapaşa that has relics of old mansions in disrepair. Many of them were abandoned in 1924 during the population exchange between Greece and Turkey when basically Turkey kicked the Greeks back to Greece and ...
... spinning of the silk then rug weaving and explanation of knotting techniques. All this is happening and I am wondering how this is connected to the tour we signed up for, pretty soon all is revealed. Admire rugs at your peril because this is what these cunning well dressed business looking sales men are hoping for. Before you know it they strongly encourage you to another room to see more rugs and with 2-3 helpers start rolling rugs out, in front of you and ...