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... softer middle layer of Tuffi weathers away leaving the basalt top layer balancing on the pumice lowest layer. There were local farms interspersed among all this history, growing grapes, squash - where they harvest the seeds and flowers for cooking, Russian olives and apricots. High in the rocks we could see the pigeon houses. Pigeons were vital for the Christians who used their droppings for fertiliser, mixed it to make explosives, and also used it ...
... the bottom was flowing quite vigorously and the valley floor was really nicely wooded. Paths along the valley gave access to the many 9-11C churches cut into the rock. Originally there were more that 100 but now 15 have been opened up and were originally covered with frescoes, some still visible. After a leisurely stroll along the valley and a lunch stop beside the river we headed back up the 400 ...
... reflect long enough on the scaffolding of CreationYou contemplate the architecture of Divine Order (Temple and Contemplation) then all accidents are misnomers Every frustrating challenge, every bit of lost luggage, every sneaking evil eye, every postured con every supposed wrong turn every ...
... the sun for to long. There are other cities that connect underground but we only saw this one.
We also visited an onyx factory. Onyx is a rock found in this area. We saw a man making an egg out of onyx and he gave it to me because I was the only kid in the tour,
Our hotel is a cave that was converted to a hotel. It is the coolest thing! We also have a living room with a fireplace and you seat on pillows on the floor. There is ...
... 30 worth of gas-which was less than 3 gallons; and drove to several of the sites, including an underground home than went 75 feet below the ground. Five families lived inside this deep bunker, keeping the livestock on the first level. If intruders came upon them, families would hear the animals response and everyone would go into secret passages or tunnels deeper into the abyss, using large stones to cover the entrances. We also visited numerous churches dating from the ...