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... a trusting and stupidly polite person who just cant say no. Should i have said no when the first old lady took me to the locker room and said 'all off' while handing me a towel...probibly, should i have said no as i sat in a very short surrong made for midgets in a steam room...probibly, should i have said no when i had to wash off the masque in the waist high shower patricians...yup absolutely, but where i should of definately said no was when, grasping my midget surrong, i entered ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... by then, the glare of the tv screens on the
backs of all of the seats were really hurting my eyes. I had to wear my
sunglasses and have my shawl wrapped around my head; I looked like such a ****.
When we stopped at a service station for a break I was in so much pain I was
almost in tears, Zeki went into the little market to ask if they had any pain
killers, luckily the shopkeeper had this little tin full of different types of
... to pen. I won't try to describe it in too much detail, but have a look at the photos.
It was something of a relief to be back on the tourist trail after eastern Turkey and Iran. Goreme was a very easy town to hang out in. The signs were in English, the beer came in handles, the wifi was plentiful and the cafes served real espresso coffee. One place even listed the humble flat white on its blackboard! That being said however, the town ...