Karlik Evi Hotel
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... shear cliffs for worship and dwelling and they too were extensively utilized. We hiked down the largest of these, Ihlara Valley for about 4 km. It was beautiful with the small river an
lots of shade trees. There was a small tea station where one could rest sitting on the floor in little platforms with cushions and be rejuvenated. Along the way we visited some of the cave/churches some with frescos but the cliff side was filled with carved caves. They also ...
... also trying to maintain the old traditions. This family today had been in the business for 6 generations. The high quality work was done by hand by master craftsmen and women. They work in both terracotta and porcelain. I was very tempted by a bowl but Harry will be glad to know I resisted - 950 TL (NZD 542) was just a bit beyond what I wanted to pay and also there was no way I could get it home, despite the nice man saying saying he could ship it for free. These visits ...
... I picked out of the Lonely Planet guide, for its authentic local cuisine. It's very good. We all have variations of lamb with a soup starter and a few bevvies. It's up a very steep hill in Göreme but we take advantage of their pick-up and return service so don't get too knackered. A good day all round.
Tomorrow we have another crack at getting some assisted elevation round ...
... the Egyptians. The excavations continued over the centuries and reached their current elaborate form in the 7th and 8th centuries when the local folks were threatened by the Arabs.
The underground city included everything needed to sustain the lives of 3000 people for up to three months. Living quarters, kitchens, wine cellars, air ventilation, stables, worship areas, even burial grounds were all there. But not only did these people build ...
... there was a deafening blast of gas let out that took the balloon higher. When that happened, all conversation stopped as we would not be able to hear one another. With amazing deftness, we were taken over valleys and down various sights, the basket was rotated continuously so everyone could take in all the sights. It was a chilly morning but with only the presence of a perfectly positioned light breeze, our balloonist was able to ...