Dervish Cave House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... like Aesop did but the intention was the same – a good story to make a point.
His followers became a sect within Islam known as Sufi and it is they who established the Whirling Dervish dance as a practice to demonstrate their piety.
Anyway Rumi was based in Konya and this probably explains the religious conservatism that is evident here.
Rumi’s tomb was quite ...
... style. Speaking of hotels, the town governance designed a really confusing number system to help you find your hotel. I followed my map, hiking up a hill, all happily backpacked and out of the city. So steep! So hot! The numbers on the map were so confusing and didn't represent any hotel in my reality. I told you I left a day early, right? I was hoping the place I booked would have space for me. At this point, on the top of the hill, I didn't care where ...
... on the side (also no good for my allergies). We inquire to what is mixed with the rice as it looks like barley (another allergy) and we get told it's couscous. The general consensus at the table is it's most likely barley- definitely not couscous- so I don't tempt fate and just eat the chicken. The chicken was extremely overcooked and actually quite tasteless. Glad I brought some pita and cucumber with me!!
After lunch it's back on to the bus and up to ...
... After completing the course, she had also completed a degree in history. That's a perfect mix, as I told her later. Seeing the country with a sense of history, is exactly how I like to travel. Let me explain my group. There was this Chinese couple, who definitely seemed aloof. I thought perhaps they might have come from China. Then there was this elderly man and a young man, probably father and son. I later learned they were from Brazil. Then these couple ...
that's Cappa-dough-kia or Kapadokya
I was on the overnight bus to get here. It was an OK bus ride, for an overnighter. The company in Pamukkale conned us all when we booked. We thought we were on a bus to Goreme but in fact we had a dolmus to Denizli then but to Goreme. changing is always a hastle to find the right bus and this was no exception. A few of us were talking while we waited and we all thought the same thing but ...