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... 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 ...
... walk on the but here as long as you were bare feet and stayed on the main natural track you could walk for ages on them. there was also a natural heavy stream flowing through the terraces with warm water that you could sit down on and put your feet in the water. this place was beautiful and I was in awe of it, and in places it smelt of sulphur. that evening we stayed in pamukale and our hote, had natural hot pools that had magnesium as the main natural mineral. we all had a great ...
... look around here then would have to walk back in in a few hours anyway with our bags. There was a cafe that we had walked past a few times and it had a blackboard outside saying that they have the best coffees since oz, made by a Melbourne trained barista. I said I would love a normal coffee (a bit over the espressos and gritty turkish coffee) so after booking our bus tickets we went back and ordered a long macchiato and latte. They were hands down the best coffee I have had since ...
... as well and the lady was a little bit nervous about it. A few minutes later they asked us to hop in the basket. Everything was really fine until the basket actually started to move. It was quite funny to take off, especially because the balloon was balancing a little bit to one side in the beginning. We were the first, out of those 3 balloons, to take off; however, we could see that there were already some balloons in the air.
After 10 minutes in the air we could see ...
... we’re told quite coincidentally in the restaurant that Mustafa guides us to for lunch!). Mustafa tells us that he has written the definitive guide book to Cappadocia but “regrettably” the English translation is not quite ready. It turns out that Mustafa is more of a lecturer than a guide and as he takes us through Goreme Open Air Museum he uses his “GÖREME OPEN AIR MUSEUM BY MUSTAFA UYSUN PROFESSIONAL TOURIST GUIDE” rather like a PowerPoint presentation. ...
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