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... something my back enjoyed, but my mind was loving it. I over heard a guide saying that these tunnels were low, not because the people were short, but because they knew the Romans would be able to get through because of their heavy armour. But, just in case their hiding place had been infiltrated, huge round stone doors were ready to roll over, covering the entrance, wedged in place by boulders, protecting those behind the door. In the Center of these were holes about 5 cm ...
... view from the top of love valley.
All in all 2 great hours of quad bike riding which Brendon was a bit over zealous with sometimes, plenty of sights and a fantastic sunset.
How do you cap off a day as amazing as this?? With a sumptuous meal that’s how.
Having spoken to reception we found out that the restaurant in our hotel was actually the top rated one in Cappadocia so we organised to eat in and for the equivalent of $50Aud we enjoyed not ...
... We were all seated on the floor and I had no leg room, so while it was a great meal of meze (tapas), stuffed eggplant and a really delicious sweet apricot dessert, I couldn't wait to get out of there so I could stretch my legs. Must be getting old :)
Got to the hotel quite late, hotel room pretty average again as it's a smokers ...
... hats shows the levels they have reached. Only brown or black hats get to whirl. We attended part of one of their regular ceremonies. The music was fascinating, played on a long flute like instrument and a stringed instrument like a horizontal harp. We're told the whirling is in response to a sense of rapture from the chanting of the Koran...... Interesting to see.
The Goreme Valley is a UNESCO site where small chapels were carved into the landscape by ...
... I have ever encountered. From wherever she was, the cries rang out of "Maurice! Maurice! Take a photo from here!" and "Have you taken this view?" until I was forced to quicken my pace to escape.
There were some very old rock dwellings here, now being carefully renovated. We walked round a few. No need for built in cupboards here, just scape away a bit of wall. It seemed odd to have electric sockets in the rock, but with good sized rooms and fairly high ...