Cappadocia Cave Suites
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... civilisations. Amazing efforts of engineering, the city extends over 8 levels, although we were only able to explore 4. Big day and early to bed again in the hope we will take to the air tomorrow morning. Day 8 What an amazing morning. Floating above this beautiful landscape as the sun rose, with up to 100 balloons gracefully filling the sky is a special memory we will have of our time here. Finished off the day with a walk ...
... I was not sure I really wanted to see any more cave churches, but then how do you miss a must-do sight. Its over a kilometer walk outside the town, but the weather was just perfect for walking today. On a side note, I have been walking over 20,000 steps each day on an average over the past week. Thankfully, I have been eating enough to compensate, so don't think I am losing any weight. The Göreme Open Air Museum turned out to be really amazing. ...
Lazy day spent packing and planning.
Late today Teresa and Karla headed back to explore Istanbul before Teresa's return to NZ on Friday.
Meanwhile thanks to Travel agent Larry back home (via messenger) Leanne and Carne planned their detour to the city of Antalya, and then spent a lovely evening with a bus load of fellow travellers (some even that we had met whilst at Gallipoli). Thank goodness Larry never sleeps.
... still are some people now who use these structures) used the natural caves and created addtional ones by chiselling away with hand tools to create rooms and tunnels. we're talking 4 stories of rooms made of rock. the openings remain and so do some remnants of paint or carved-in niches. for example, most old rock/cave "homes" have had dovecotes chiseled into them. little square rock cubbyholes for the pigeons to live in. the pigeons poop, the people collect the poop, ...
... 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 ...