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... 6 months. Very fun people, we had a great time with them for a few days. Mitch evidently has travelled a good chunk of the world and 'hasn’t gotten around to studying yet’. Rachel had started to study, but didn’t like her program and shortly after starting to date Mitch, he convinced her to drop out ...
... open, so when we arrived we went directly yo eat. The following day we had a different bus and a rep from the company was there to apologize and make it up by taking us to a show that night and through in a lunch for the group.
After breakfast we went to visit the underground cities, of which there are several, in the region. These cities were refuges or bunkers used by the early Christians to protect them ...
... proved a bit of an adventure! We didn't realise this area has onyx so popped in to a shop of onyx products. The owner/craftsman was a bit of a character and showed us his workshop. We bought a small candle holder, (cheaper up the road at the market!,,), but it was interesting to see where he worked.
The castle gave a great view of the area as it is the highest point hereabouts.
We set off on the return walk to Goreme,got wrong directions and went further amuck ...
... like eating to shared the lamb kofta plate which was also delicious. We moved inside as it was getting colder and tossed up between having a hot chocolate or a spider for dessert?! We decided on a spider each :) it was so yum!! But made us freezing cold and we had to rush off with our stuff in the cold evening to go catch the bus. It was running a little late so we put on our warmer travelling clothes and waited. Put our bags on and jumped on. We were sat behind three women who ...
... in geological time) volcanic eruptions deposited massive amounts of ignimbrite (formed when magma has a high concentration of gasses, known as volatiles), more commonly known as pumice, or when compressed, tuff in the Cappadocia region. Ignimbrite’s strength is related to its heat during deposition. Generally, the hotter the ash and rock during deposition, the more the rock resists erosion. In Cappadocia, the hardness of rock varies. Varying speeds ...