Monastery Cave Hotel
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... leaving the village to go 'off-road' when I saw a few villagers sitting in an open 'ute' peeling a mound of freshly harvested potatoes. They were going to be at it for awhile! Again, they were quite agreeable to being photographed in action. Perhaps it was their happy, friendly demeanour that kept them stress free and healthy!
Then it was off the beaten track again with Chris and his trusty GPS! Some steep climbing (I had to get off the ...
... to say 'thank you'. They all looked a little surprised, but I was rewarded with warm, if slightly surprisedsmiles.
The next room was all about silk and they had the cocoons being gassed, the machine which collects the kilometre of thread from each cocoon and a huge sack in the corner of the dead worms which are what they sell as organic viagra.
A few of the party took a handful, merely out of curiosity.
We were then led upstairs into the selling ...
... he can come back from the edge...i would hate to see him get in a fog now that we have reached a real place of beauty. We are bowing to the Samsung Gods for having a free connection to satellites with GPS that just turns us into a red dot going down a blue road...makes my job as navigator easy (no, i am not perfect...i look up to better hear Thomas and zoom...we have just missed our turn...no problem though...Thomas is good at U-turns! More ...
... Soooo much for sleep. I had terrible thoughts about this woman, and I'll admit, I'm quite ashamed of myself. I visualized yanking her headpiece off, for everyone to see her HAIR, and then bartering,....headpiece for Cheetos.
At last the bag was empty, and I went into a deep sleep. The next thing I know is Mr. attendant is tapping me to get up. I almost bolted out of my seat. He said, 'Antalya', and I knew ...
... the Cappadocia area. No one knows how many underground cities there are under the surface. Around 8 large cities and 200 smaller cities have been found to date and many of these are connected to each other with many kilometer long underground tunnels. It is truly amazing. And what is interesting is that another underground city has recently been discovered in 2007 when a resident fell through a wall in their home and discovered an ancient underground ...