Nature Park Cave Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to the Selime rock monastery and a nice lunch by the river in Belisirma, before a short hike through a portion of the 16km long Ihlara valley. The walk was to one of the rock cut churches from the Byzantine period which had some very well preserved frescoes (although it had been defaced with pilgrim graffiti). The best bit of the tour was the Derinkuyu underground city, where you can walk through 8 of the 13 levels to a depth of almost 60 metres, where a township of 20,000 odd ...
... wanted to share with u a selfie from 1month of just saying no...well not no to new adventures at least...stocked up some stories there. So onwards to the next month and thank you to everyone who has always been supportive, loving and listened to my ranting over the last 12months. Sometimes I wear my stress as a badge of honour that I am doing everything I can, but maybe it's time to change that. Hope this inspires you to take a month off somewhere too x Love ...
... little shop with drinks; it seems a strange existence and for us it's all a welcome change to ancient ruins. We gather for lunch then it's off to visit a pottery factory. It's the full deal, they give a demonstration of the pottery wheel and ask for a volunteer to try it! Rob has a go. A tour of the artists painting the pottery and then another hard sell reminiscent of the Turkish rug deal. Don't dare admire anything or they'll be all over you to buy. We've ...
... exist is long gone. Watch the video attached to get a sense for how crammed it was. Also managed to do more rock climbing to get some photo shots, would have done more if I had the gear. Worth mentioning there are over a hundred early Christian churches here carved into stone, with about 10 underground ones which were pre 300ad. It's surprising Christians don't pilgrimage here given Christians were martyred here. One reason is the churches are generally in ...
... and breakfast, we went to the Goreme Open Air Museum. This region was once home to many churches and monasteries that were carved into the rocks dating back to the 4th Century AD and was one of the earliest 'Christian' settlements in the Roman Empire following the legalisation of the religion by Emperor Constantine. It is also famous for its paintings and frescoes inside the caves, with each cave church given it's own name according to the particular paintings inside.Our ...