Cappadocia Cave Suites
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Coming into Goreme in the Cappidocia region has to be seen to believed!
Cappadocia with all it's rock formations is something everyone has to see. Rock hewn churches, cave homes and incredible underground cities all shaped by wind and water are just what you see in the travel brochers. In times of piece the people lived on the land but in times of war they took to living underground.
Our first night we went to a local families cave ...
... exist is long gone. Watch the video attached to get a sense for how crammed it was. Also managed to do more rock climbing to get some photo shots, would have done more if I had the gear. Worth mentioning there are over a hundred early Christian churches here carved into stone, with about 10 underground ones which were pre 300ad. It's surprising Christians don't pilgrimage here given Christians were martyred here. One reason is the churches are generally in ...
... I'm already very sleepy by this point!). But this day tour I absolutely loved, we went hiking through the Rose Valley and got to get up close to some incredible scenery and rock formations. I really enjoyed getting out amongst it and I probably needed the exercise to burn off some of the tasty Turkish food I've been scoffing down! After another delicious lunch in a cave restaurant we headed to the underground city of Derinkuyu, the largest underground city in Cappadocia. A ...
... in the area from about 1500 BC. It was very interesting to walk round, but very cramped and as the guide said, with the lack of true ventilation, it was not a long term living area.
The whole area has been interesting and beautifully, although I wish we had done a little more walking in the valleys so that we could appreciate the chimney's from below, as scrambling above them in 28 degree heat was not really fun. Interestingly, I think some of the guys from ...
On March 14, we hit our 200th mark with about 100 more days until we arrive on the East Coast. (Not sure when we will arrive back in California yet.) I was not writing on this blog as much as I had hoped, so I started my own blog in honor of this milestone. The first post is about our first 200 days on the road.