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... man in the local mall made the sign of protection against evil at me. Another of my girls had a guy at a car rental agency refuse to give her car keys. He instead gave them to her male counterpart. Also, while we were at work during an international dinner night a Pakistani man refused to give a friend of mine food because she was wearing shorts. So over all being a female here has been very interesting. You hear about it all the time ...
... such limited time in Cappadocia, we decided to take a tour in order to see as much as possible. We thought that we would be on a sparsely-populated tour given how few other travelers we have met on this trip, but we could not have been more wrong. It quickly became clear that we were now traveling with hundred of Chinese tourists who were celebrating the Chinese New Year… so the bus was huge and totally packed, but ...
... to see Whirling Dervishes in a cave set up for that purpose. We sat for an hour or so watching 6 young men performing this spiritual ritual while wearing long white skirts and tall felt hats. They can twirl round and round constantly at the same speed for maybe 20 minutes at a time. They get themselves into a sort of trance whilst listening to a reed type of flute and other strange instruments. Not for the ...
... a cute little girl ushered us into the sauna.
I might add that it is a men only or a women only session. We were actually quiet, not knowing what the process would be!! No gossiping or chatting for us!! The sauna was lovely and warm, relaxing and was not too dry.
We stayed about 15 minutes in the sauna and then went through into the hot steamy environment of the treatment room. Lyn was the first ...
... were very small and hard to believe people lived permanently there but really interesting.
After the caves we took a break in a field, having bought fresh bread from the bakers (wonderful). If you look at the picture you might see the snow covered peaks in the background and Omaniphiles will note the Kelly Kettle in full flow!
Fortified we set off for Soganli, a valley full of underground churches. On route ...