Mirada Del Lago
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We flew from Bucharest to Kayseri without trouble, then took a shuttle to the town of Goreme in the Cappadocia region. Cappadocia is popular mainly due to its interesting geological formations—there are tons and tons of cone-shaped rock formations everywhere that people have been building cave homes/churches in for hundreds (maybe thousands) of years. At some point, someone explained something about volcanic stone was ...
Cappadocia (pronounced Kappa-doe-kia) is one of those places on Earth that doesn't even seem real. You realize that you are indeed there in flesh, but you cannot fathom that what you are seeing exists in nature and that you are lucky enough to be there to witness it. It is home to some of the most incredible land formations that don’t even make sense. Skinny turrets reach to the sky inside incredible valleys. Little cave houses and ancient Christian churches are carved into ...
As much as we would have loved to relax in our ridiculous room, Mark and I had a four and half hour drive onto Cappadocia ahead of us and we were excited. People had really talked this place up. After a stunning buffet breakfast (do I need to list the spread? These are clearly becoming a trend), we got back on the road. Now that we weren't traveling in darkness we really noticed the change in landscape from the day before when we left Selcuk. ...
Back in Georgia we mainly back tracked over roads we've been along previously. It was surprising to see how much autumn has progressed towards the bleakness of winter in less than 3 weeks. The trees that were just beginning to colour have mostly lost their leaves leaving just bare branches.
To save going all the way back to Batumi we headed for the border crossing near Vale, this would save us a lot of back tracking in Turkey as we are hoping ...
Yesterday my friend Anna and I (I met Anna during undergrad, and now we're both working on our dissertations and ended up staying in Ankara at the same time this semester - exciting!) took a day trip from Ankara to see the ancient site of Hattusa, the capital of the Hittite Empire, which was at its height in the 14th-13th centuries BC and at some point during the 12th century BC went into decline and dissipated. The Hittites controlled most of Anatolia during their heyday, ...