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... as an insult to the brides family. Ûmid had a friend at a small little cultural museum that had several stages life size characters displayed so as to help illustrate their culture in Turkey. It was simple but when intertwined with Our guide life experience it was very interesting. Ümid was married 4 years ago and he shared one tradition they still practice today in Cappadocia where the brides face is covered for the full day of ...
... now been paved quite nicely. In areas however, the crushed rock would not have passed OH&S standards going up the hill. I must admit it was nice to watch the sun rise in the mountains. The statues were interesting. They were an attempt by King Antioch I to unite East and West culturally and politically. So we have Greek Macedonian gods together with Persian gods looking from both sides of the mountain. After ...
... basket along as the pilot warmed the air inside the balloon just enough for the basket to be able to be moved. We had a celebratory drink and were presented with a certificate to mark the safe landing and experience! Hot air ballooning is a huge enterprise here and the entourages of balloon vehicles and crew and minibus loads of tourists making their way to and fro is a sight in itself!
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... pottery factory (actually the demonstration was impressive), we enjoyed savoring the sites from a local perspective. At the Goreme open air museum we learned how the families survived in this region, the churches were amazing with many frescoes, and the landscape was awe inspiring. Our lunch was included and we both tried a local specialty that was cooked in sealed clay pots and cracked open at your table.
Our hotel is amazing, we are literally perched on top of a ...
... even more amazing than the ones yesterday, but a lot of them were falling off and falling apart, apparently mostly from the use of camera flashes! So now flash is forbidden in there, though photos are not. From there we walked the rest of the way down to the Melendiz River, which we followed along. It was a very pretty end-of-autumn scene along there, with all the leaves on the ground and the trees almost bare. Darren asked the guide what season it was at the moment, to which ...