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... maybe 85 years came in followed by his father. Our family along with the driver and Umid were the only ones eating the rest there for the spectacle of the new people. The mother and two daughters sever plate upon plate of foods with all of the vegetables from their garden. The dishes were the same if not similar to the ones we had at the Aravan place the night before. We asked questions of the children about things like the music and sports ...
... on my phone and get there , after hours of practice guilt free! 8.5 h later, by 9 pm we arrived at the bust terminal. Bought some take away Turkish pizza and found a Taksi driver who was happy to bring us back 60 km to the hotel. It was an interesting ride doing >100kph all the way back...but we arrived , tired but very rich in experience. I think my husband lost most of the brownie points he had gained with the ...
... times and have laid down billions of tons of rock and ash. The very reason for the fertile soils in this area is the minerals vomited out over the millennia. The earliest eruption took place around 20 million years ago and the most recent only 83,000 years ago. The land has undergone many changes in that time, being alternately flooded and forested, barren and arid - which is how it appears today. The weird topography of the rocks in the Cappodocian region is because ...
... bench seats carved from the rock. Even the animals were catered for with feeding troughs hollowed out in the rock walls and holes bored for the leads to be tied to.
We then crashed for the afternoon, for a much needed recoup.
Later we walked up the hill to view the sunset and had a tasty tortilla for dinner.
A good night's sleep, a great breakfast and off we set on the local minibus to nearby Uchisar for the castle and walk back to Goreme through Pigeon ...
... I had a bit of a snooze on the van, then when we got there, Sarkan gave us some information about the pigeons and their importance in the area, symbolically to both Muslims and Christians, as well as their poop being used as a fertilizer and in plaster to make the frescoes strong for the churches. While we were here we ran into the Macedonian/Syrian couple from the bus here, who were in another group, and had a quick chat with them while we looked at all the pigeon holes ...