Karlik Evi Hotel
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... a ride is going to look like some modern century Rasputin, with shifty eyes, spottable from a mile away or a street urchin from the musical scenes of Aladdin whose charm and big eyes lets them get away near capture on a daily basis. But as I continue to learn about life outside our Australian safety net.... turns out Rasputin looks more like Ned Flanders and Aladdin is closer to Charlie and the Chocolate factory. The most interesting reflection is ...
... we were able to visit a current day houses carved into rock. There are very few left - most have been closed down or turned into a hotel (and built out). However, this person had inherited his house and decided to continue to live there. It was quite interesting - consisting of 6 floors, each having basically one room. Carpets covered the walls and floor, so it felt quite warm and comfortable.
We then drove back into town for an Ebru lesson. Ebru is ...
... It is otherwise known as imagination valley as you can stand there all day imagining different rock formations and what they look like. Like looking at clouds and imagining different images and formations. Went to a pottery factory and also a carpet factory which was pretty cool, watched how carpets are made and the differences in quality and learnt how silk is separated from cocoons. Very cool .
In the south, waked through an amazing valley full of carved caves and ...
... the Centre Restaurant for pasta. Strolled around the village for a bit and walked into an art gallery specialising in 'ebru' - an ancient Turkish (marbling) art technique. The resident artist was very happy to demonstrate the process. She made it look too easy. It reminded me a little of barista art.
Spent the rest of the afternoon chilling in the hotel lounge with a bottle of wine waiting for our airport transfer (1830).
... Off, Nothing". Ahhh nothing? We told ourselves to be cool and go with it, and stripped off naked. Being 'hefty’ western women, the tiny towel they provided only half covered us, but we confidently entered the steamy lounge for our facial and sauna. We were then escorted to the bath room, which had a massive heated marble platform where we were to lay and be covered in hot water. As we opened the door we saw many women laying being scrubbed, but NO-ONE ELSE was ...