Elkep Evi Cave Houses
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... had beautiful frescos painted on the ceiling,many of which have survived surprisingly well. The landscape was pretty amazing.
Lots of apricots, almonds, cheese, tomatoes and olives on the menu, and I just saw Dr Chris (Bondi Vet) on the TV! What a surprise. The weather is very cold and the rain held off most of the day but has just started again now...who knows what tomorrow will bring☺️ ...
... to visit the church in a cave across the highway outside the museum entrance, whıch is included in museum admission (save your ticket). The museum is very small and repetitive (church next to church next to church). Some have nice frescos, but other have geometric motifs that can be seen for free in the chimneys across the street (easy ...
... had been there before and come back with her friends he rolled out the red carpet for them. Brought out cookies and nuts along with the tea. Then he sat down with a bag of stuff, and said that he had some questions for them. If they answered right, he’d give them gifts. The girls earned some little handicraft dolls, Stuart a key chain. Mitch was the last person, and the guy lobbed him an easy one. "I forgot your name" ...
... of stories, sometimes witty, sometimes wise, but often, too, a fool or the butt of a joke. A Nasreddin story usually has a subtle humour and a pedagogic nature. It was a long and very hot day of touring a historic Roman site, a traditional and historic mosque and a cave Christian church. We had a break at the cave church which is entrusted to the family who owns the land. They care for it and offer ...
... European influence and more religious. In the countryside you can see the smallholdings all growing crops and with a few livestock out in the fields, sheep being looked after by a young shepherd on the side of the road.
During part of our journey Kaan talked about the Muslim beliefs and told us of the five pillars of Islam:
Reading the Koran
Fasting - sunrise to sunset during Ramadan
Pilgrimage to ...