Uchisar Kaya Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to the point I could only eat a FODMAP, gluten free, dairy free and vegetarian diet which resulted in Harris Farm breakdowns, I have spent so much money on doctor appointments, specialists, vitamins, scans, medications and shopping spree pick me ups...that I could of significantly improved our future savings position or at least donated to someone that actually needed it and had real health problems to fight. And why? Because no matter what the ...
... that the Christians sometimes had to say in the tunnels for 3 or more months to escape from the soldiers. It's astonishing to think about thousands of people living underground for such an extended period of time.
Before dinner, we had one last activity - observing the whirling Dervishes. The Dervish is an order of Sufi Muslims. They are followers of Rumi and many have taken a vow of poverty. Their whirling dance is part of a formal ceremony ...
... sad story. Our first activity of the day was visiting the Goreme Open Air Museum. After Jesus was crucified, monks moved to this area and carved caves into the rocks. The purpose was to "feel Jesus' pain" and meditate in solitude. Eventually one of the monks organized them into a community with common clothing, and they built churches for worshipping. So the open air museum is really just walking around this area and viewing the ...
... the bikes too. It was difficult getting down to the bottom. Debbie's shoes kept slipping on the gravel. On the creek crossing, my foot got wet, but the Teva sandals are waterproof (according to our mate Rosengart).
It was a substantial climb out of the valley and we reached a non-tourist village (Ibrahimpasa). We stopped in the village square to drink chai (it is cheap AU$0.25 ea or often free). There were a lot of smokers and again, no ...
... city in the 1st century A.D. At its height the city is believed to have had a population of 20000 people and went to a depth of 50 metres underground. There were two wells, stables, food storage areas, living quarters, a winery, a church with a baptistry and a school. They could close off the tunnels inside if they were attacked and had tunnel that lead to open shafts ...