Elkep Evi Cave Houses
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... blocks. This country must have an exploding population. Also almost all the women wear some sort of headdress and long dress, much more so than when L was here more than 40 years ago, things are definitely going backwards in that respect.
My lot headed towards Mt Menrut. They had been here in early 2011 when the mountain was snow covered and had got stuck in a snow drift and spent a couple of hours digging themselves out. This time there wasn’t any ...
... champagne toast and certificates. It was all very professional and classy. After the ballooning, we are transported back to our hotel around 8 am. Then we enjoy 2nd breakfast; deliciously prepared by Osman. Our Cappadocia tour will pick us up at 10, so we have a little time to relax before heading out. We prepare ourselves for a hot and dusty day. Our guide for. Today and tomorrow's touring in Cappadocia is Mustafa. He is very knowledgeable ...
... were very small and hard to believe people lived permanently there but really interesting.
After the caves we took a break in a field, having bought fresh bread from the bakers (wonderful). If you look at the picture you might see the snow covered peaks in the background and Omaniphiles will note the Kelly Kettle in full flow!
Fortified we set off for Soganli, a valley full of underground churches. On route ...
... is that possible when I have confirmed tickets booked back in February and there’s still an hour to take off. They say they will put us on the next flight to Kayseri, compensate us monetarily, give us use of lounge and wifi. Its not like we have a choice, so we acquiesce. I email our hotel (Esbelli Evi in Ürgüp) and notify them of our rescheduled arrival and call the rental people (we booked through Economy Car Rentals ) and notify them ...
... low especially in the valleys, sometimes high rising to 750 metres. The pilot asked who was having their first flight and added it was his too! Of course not. It was so good to see where we had walked and walked, got lost, and where we made our little discoveries of "churches" and caves. It was worthwhile to get the bird's eye view. We made a smooth landing, unfortunately in a farmer's field so the ground crew ...