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TravelPod Member ReviewsKaya Pension Uchisar
Kind proprietor who asked if I spoke French but was able to communicate fine in English
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... dovecotes and apparently harvested the dove guano for fertilizer. The dove cotes can be seen in the pictures.
Another place not to be missed is the huge and elaborate Selime Monastery. There one must walk up some rock to the various levels probably 150 to 200 feet high. and through the multiple rooms of the monastery and the carved staircases to be rewarded by a grand Cathedral and a smaller chapel both with some painted walls. The painting in the many ...
... places are a double edged sword. You get people talking with real passion about their industry, they offer you time, information (and tea) but there is always the hard sell at the end. So far I have resisted the ceramics and the carpets, but blew my budget on the leather - guess one out of three isn't too bad. When we got to Ankara we visited the Anatolian Museum and saw some of the of the remarkable pieces that have been recovered from some of Turkey's ...
Okay, it's 5:45am on the west coast of Turkey and pitch black as I fix the luggage onto the bike. It is almost 900 klicks to Cappadocia via Izmir, Afyon, Konya and Aksaray. The plan is to set off early and see how far I get before tiredness wins out. Konya, the religious capital of Turkey, is the primary aim, but let's see how it goes.
I head over the mountains to the west of Kusadasi as the sun starts to make inroads ...
... extensive and complete city, they were also very clever in the defensive measures they incorporated. Tunnels were low and narrow, so invaders would have to enter singly and bent over -- easy to pick off. Huge wheel-shaped boulders could be rolled into place to block an entrance, channeled so that they could only be opened from one side. A small hole in the middle of the boulder door allowed an archer to shoot an oncoming enemy. They dug wells down to the ...
... through all the valleys within the duration of our flight. He also landed our basket with expertise directly onto the trailer at the end of our flight which amazed us all. David then cracked the champagne; chocolate dipped strawberries and shortbread were passed around - a fitting end to a memorable experience! The balloon had landed in a field not far from Uchisar so we were dropped back at the hotel first ..... in time for a ...