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... seems to be the case here!
We eventually get to the station in plenty of time.
The train had bunks again, but was a real bone rattler! We rattled and grumbled our way for hours until I finally fell asleep, only to be woken by David before 5.00am saying we had to get up, get dressed and change trains. A false alarm again - one and a half hours later we pulled into the station!!
... are many more caves and smaller holes carved, you can see where at some time there have been doors on some of them by the recesses carved around the openings. We are amazed at the thought of people living in these caves, we wonder if it was better in the high ones or at ground level. These really are ancient tower blocks! A local farmer passed and stopped to chat, Les was able to communicate a little in German, ...
... carved out of meerschaum but the
carvings were so intricate it was crazy.
After we had seen everything worth seeing in the old town, we
walked down to the archaeological museum, which oddly had a hat exhibition that
day! After that we walked back to the old town to a restaurant that we had seen
earlier. Everyone in the restaurant was eating the same thing, which we guessed
was their speciality and it smelt ...
... even though I was
going to post it on the internet, it wouldn't give you a Schizoid
disorder. So, don't sue me.
-----When The Goke had first interviewed me, he asked, "Do you like
Turkey?" I said unsurely, "Y-- ... yea ... ea ... uh." Anyone could've
seen I was lying.
-----But, after six weeks in Erzurum, I liked The Land of the Gokes. Here were The Top 5 Best Things about Turkey!:
1. THE GEOLOGY -
-----Made of steep land ...
... see my Istanbul entry) are present and accounted for, and are just as well-fed and mellow as before.
The tall buildings (mostly 6 stories) and the flat topography prevent you from getting a sense of perspective on the place, but a bartender informed me there is good hanggliding and paragliding to be done on the nearby hills. The only drawback is the nearby airforce base. "Hanggliders and fighter jets, no good together" he said mournfully. I couldn't agree more.