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... the campaign. Australia and NZ took control of everything else. The logistics of moving 10,500 people into a peninsular with limited access and facilities would have been one gig I would not have wanted to be responsible for. This event had taken years to plan, and except for long waiting times, it went off without a hitch. The pilgrimage for us started at 6.30 am on the 24 th when we were meant to be collected from the hotel by a Turkish tour company known as Crowded ...
... lugar inesperado para descobrirmos, uma trilha pelo Love Valley, White Valley e Honey Valley. Passamos praticamente o dia todo caminhando entre esses vales, descobrindo casas ocultas nas pedras, dentro daqueles cones tradicionais da região, túneis subterrâneos escondidos entre o vale, plantações incontáveis de uvas, morangos, melões, abóboras, maçãs, amoras, e claro, esse foi nosso lanche (que saborosas), cenários maravilhosos, a medida que íamos passando pelos três vales a ...
Mustafapasa was a very Greek town until the "population transfer" took place after WWI. It must then have been neglected for a long time. Located just 15 km from Goreme and interesting in its own right, it is experiencing a well-justified revival, but there are still surprisingly few tourists.
Frances found a great deal at the Gül Konaklari Sinasos Hotel, a former Greek mansion where the Queen of Spain has stayed, for €45/night. Apparently ...
... them making them all individually hand painted, they are really artists but none of us could afford them. Daz.and I did buy the fake but they are still very nice.
We had our last meal together as a group and I must say it was probably one of the best meals.it was the traditional pottery kebab. We had to pre order as it takes a few hours to cook in these cute pottery pots which they then bring to the table and knock the top ...
... this shop so we carried on to look at some Roman ruins "Sobessos' (still under excavation and therefore, no fee payable), a small detour just beyond the village. A bathhouse, meeting room and very well preserved mosaic floors had so far been uncovered. There were also later (Christian) ruins that they were discovering at the site.
The village of Taskinpasa was not too far away and hurrah .... we spied some provision shops where we ...