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... the city with bunkers statues and pictures.
The museum of health and medicine was built in 1480s and it was fascinating how advanced they were in treating patients. (while the west were in the medieval age) eye diseases, surgery, medicine, dentistry, mental illnesses , gynaecology and even smallpox vaccinations, surgical instruments even to remove stones from the bladder.
... that I had 3 daughters, something the young Ibraham had taken note of, for next we went to a Jewelry factory. I won't go into detail here in case our girls read this, suffice to say they ae all going to be very happy girls were we come home! This factory was followed by a chocolate and Turkish delight factory, and finally a pottry studio that was a veritable Aladdin's cave. Never have I seen artwork like this, and if Brad and I ever get a spare $22,000, I'm going ...
... the sand stone of the area. Some of the churches still bear the plaster and artwork of the original inhabitants dating to about the 11th century.
A couple of hours walking the museum in the hot sun and we felt our lack of sleep catching up on us. Not wanting to spoil our sunset ride we headed back to our cool cave to relax and recharge for a couple of hours.
Once again our rest time flew by and before we knew it we were buckling up our helmets ...
... 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 ...