Gul Konaklari - Sinasos (Rose Mansions)
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... wonderful desserts), we drove several hours to Cappadocia, a section of central Turkey known for unusual rock formations, underground homes and cave churches. After a couple of photo ops, we drove to Mustafapasa, a small village in the mountains that was settled by the Greeks in the 19th century. It is a town of huge mansions, carved door frames, winding streets. In 1924 the presidents ...
... of us had theirs reclined so it would have been quite uncomfortable.
After this incredibly bizarre experience, we began to realize that nobody other than ourselves actually intended to sleep on this bus. We donned all of our noise/light cancelling equipment and did our best. OH WELL, we eventually made it to Istanbul and our bag full of stuff from Ethiopia was still safely at the hostel, which made it all totally worth it. ...
... with beautiful coloured frescoes. There was quite a lot of climbing up paths to get to these but to then see more of the landscape made it worthwhile. Our coach driver knew good places to stop and allow us to take photos and the weather was ideal and the rain had cleared overnight so many good photos could be taken. I would love to come here again and have time to paint pictures of it all. Despite having my paints with me we had such a busy schedule I had no opportunity to use ...
... like giant termite mounds. Popular in Capadocia are morning ballon flights over this amazing site. We spend the morning doing a 3-4K walk through what is called Pigeon valley, exploring Cappadocia and nature. Thankfully the walk was mostly in a shades valley and through arches and tunnels. There are people living in some of the mounds, some making a living from passing tourists selling local items scarve, beads, blue evil eyes, an artist sells sculptures of ...
... one we thought was the obvious choice. It lead further up a rocky path into the distance towards the direction of the pass. The track was hard work and some pushing required. When I finally made it to the top of the highest point, Chris congratulated me and then added, '"and now for the bad news ..." From our elevated viewpoint, we could see the other path we should have taken (down below in the distance) so instead of heading back down ...