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... 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 ...
... unique mark on the region, carving cave storerooms, cave stables, cave houses and even entire underground cities out of the rock. To this day many of the soaring pinnacles are still inhabited and many of the rock-cut storerooms are still stuffed with grapes, lemons, potatoes and flat bread waiting for the winter. Dwellings, troglodyte villages and underground towns, the remains of a traditional human habitat date back to the 4th century. Here we visited a local home for a ...
... 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 ...
... guy who made them is an Afghastian refugee living in Turkey but he is moving to Australia in four months. The man who owns the cafe is Turkish but married an Australian girl so lived there for a long time. This guy Abbas, was so lovely, he has awesome English and enjoyed talking to us about Australia. We asked him where would be good for dinner around here and of course he recommended this cafe again.We said we would be back for dinner :)
Stopped to look at some souvenir ...
... resulted in the formation of hoodoos, fairy chimneys, and other rock formations out of a Dr. Seuss book.
During our time in Cappadocia we did quite a bit of hiking and exploring the geological wonders. While churches, dwellings, temples, etc. carved out of rock has been a recurring theme of our trip since the rock-hewn churches in Ethiopia, the most impressive dwelling we’ve seen to date is Derinkuyu underground city, in Cappadocia. ...