Cappadocia Cave Suites
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... and went to start breakfast when low and behold, I opened the door and it was SNOWING in big crystally flakes. Apart from my fingers freezing off it was pretty delightful. I sat in the common room watching it come down on the caves all around us and settle on the trees and I was suspended in a moment of amazement crossed with dread. I was not ready for another snowy winter. I relished the thought of NZ summer waiting for me just a week away. That day it was ...
... and then the soil was abraded and dragged away and the rocks which were able to withstand this abrasion were left uncovered. The small rock pieces that are hard and gravelled remained on top of the larger rocks and formed the fairy chimneys.
The Christians who took shelter in the Goreme valley because of the Arab pressures gave it the name of Goreme which means "you cannot see here".
... beer and wine, eating meze and by 5pm we changed our bus ticket to go south to meet my Swedish host mother, her mother and friend Beata near Antalya in the Mediterranean. So instead of travelling 13 hours north, we instead went 10 hours south. It was a great decision though, we are spending a couple days with these lovely ladies in the warmth of Southern Turkey. We had a lot of wine and laughs, was so awesome catching up with ...
... entertainment, with audience participation. At one point, we were all in a conga-type line and ended up going out dancing around a bonfire. It was very fun! Our evening started at 8:30 and ended at 11 pm. We had personal drop off and pick up service by Isa and Osman and since Isa knows the chef personally, he made sure we had a good table. Everyone is related to everyone in this town!! We have an early morning pick up, so we are happy to get home and into ...
... to go through a series of strenuous rituals. We were hoping we would get to see the dancers, but it turned out they only perform the ceremony in the evening so we were all a little bit disappointed. We were able to wander through the buildings and look through the museum which was set up within the original living quarters of the priests. There were heaps of people here much to our bemusement. We found the place pretty boring but I guess if you were interested in the religion ...