Goreme Kaya Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Kurdish city in Turkey Diyabakir. Don’t know how much of the valley will be flooded but there is certainly some good agricultural land that will go under. Presently there are large cotton fields just about ready for harvest. Seems to us that a great many farmers are going to be displaced:
This new dam will probably upset the Iraqi Kurds too because it will mean substantially less water going down the Tigris that flows on through Syria and Iraq. ...
... discover the House of the Virgin Mary, the place where Mary lived her final days. Above describes what we will be seeing on this tour. What it does not tell you is the group we are with. They are so much fun. A real mixture of ages and nationalities. It is the one thing zi enjoy most about travelling....the people you meet on the ...
... jar? How many tablespoons is that dollop of yogurt?] Within a few minutes Roger had tears running down his face -- those were pretty odiferous onions -- and managed to nick his thumb with a very sharp knife. Chuck, who according to Becka had never before worn an apron, managed to really gash himself peeling a tomato. So blood, sweat - it was really hot in that kitchen - and tears all figured into the meal.
We had decided on a menu based on favorite dishes we had sampled and what ...
... and their hefty prices!
We joined another Kiwi, Jess (who we met on the overnight bus), for dinner at Cappadocia Cuisine - a lovely family run restaurant featured in the Lonely Planet guide. We all agreed we were a little "stoned"-out today - i.e. we'd be happy not seeing another rock formation for a while!! Belle is off on her 5am hot air balloon ride tomorrow, and we all fly to Istanbul in the afternoon to join our Topdeck tour.
... in the valley.
We next visited Selime Monastery and Cathedral, which lies at one end of the Ihlara Valley. Byzantine monks carved this, one of the largest religious structures in Cappadocia, into the rock in the 13th century. Dennis and I quickly scrambled up the rocks to one of the ancient terraces above, but didn't get nearly enough time to do the site justice because we had to hurry up and press onward to the obligatory tour stop at an onyx factory. ...