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... of lack of variety so after we got back we decided to find some pizza. We knew that anything outside of the Turkish traditional food might be risky, but some of the risks have turned out amazing! This particular night was not so great. We chose a cheese pizza and then a Turkish pizza with sausage. There was hardly any sauce on either and they were very bland. We could eat them and did, but went and got ice cream afterwards! Speaking of ice cream, I don't know how ...
I think that most people going to Cappadocia think of seeing the eroded rock formations in unusual shapes and they are somewhat unique in their abundance but I could argue that we have similar and even more magnificent examples of this in the Southwest U.S. What makes this area interesting is the history of the people who lived in Cappadocia and why they lived there, and how they adapted to the threats they faced.
The unusual rock formations come from 10 ...
... the ship couldn't go on, so we had to wait about 10 hours untill a ferry tookour group and the other 1200 people on board to the nearest port, which I still dont know the name but it was very close to Gallipoli. We collected luggage and bus convoyed to the Turkish passport control as everyone on board needed to obtain an emergency Turkish visa. And to make it even quicker they decided to to it all manually! So crazy with the amount of people and ...
... dealing with it is somewhat different. Despite all of that if you've never heard Adhan (the evening prayer call) ring out across a middle eastern city at sunset you're really missing something in your life. I truly do think it's one of the most beautiful things that I have ever head.
This weekend we headed a few hours away to Cappadocia. One of the oldest places in Turkey. We got to tour an underground city that used to accommodate ...
... Ali and I chose to miss this one and had the rest of the afternoon off , we were pretty tired. And we were all going out to a Turkish dinner and show tonight anyway. I had a nap for a few hours. The Turkish show was pretty cool, the dancers and musicians were in the centre of the room, the guests were in 4 sections with tiered seating. So everyone could see. They served dips, bread and starters and then an hour later a main dish of roast lamb and rice. Very tasty. Meanwhile there ...