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Cappadocia means land of the beautiful horses. We haven't seen that many horses, but 'castles' or Fairy Chimneys are one of the big attractions of this beautiful area . We started the day with another group of fellow tourists, exploring the many natural formations given the romantic name of Fairy Chimneys. These have been caused by erosion of mostly soft 'tufa' or volcanic ...
... special costumes, in the bazar we saw costumes as described in the book. So I asked the teacher about this and he said yes, most people still performed the ceremony.
The trees are still coming into leaf up here, apples, pears, walnuts, almonds and another tree I did not recognise but it's apricot. My stomach is improving, soup tonight. Annie
A long day and tomorrow I think we need some down time....
... Godwin to just do as I say after he had driven for at least half an hour in the wrong direction on the motorway going by what the GPS was telling him to do. I could see on google maps we were heading in the diametrically opposite direction. I told him to screw the GPS and just do as I say.
The boys thoroughly enjoyed us being lost. They were singing and full of energy in the backseat of the rental. For us, not so much fun as it ...
... lookouts, close by slopes and paths and the bus ride.
The wonderful room at Eren Bey Cave Hotel called too invitingly and our bodies needed the rest!
For our last day we decided to visit some further away places of interest by tour and it was a good choice.
We stopped at the fairy chimney trio outside Urgup, visited Mustafapasa, another town affected by the enforced resettlement of 1923-1924, where a beautiful gateway, once home to ...
I try and keep it positive on the road and in this blog, and this does make a pretty good story, but honestly, I’d rather do without it.
The rest of that day was mostly a loss; the combination of having to get up at an ungodly hour and the bumps and bruises robbed us of our momentum. In the evening we did get to visit an exhibition of whirling dervishes. The kids were bored out of their skulls but were well-behaved and generally game ...