Yusuf Yigitoglu Konagi
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... regions. We visited Pigeon valley for incredible panoramas of Urgrup and the valley below, dotted with fairy chimneys. We also visited the Derinkuyu Underground Caves, which are exactly what they sound like. People dug out these caves for protection from attacks hundreds of years ago. It was very cramped down there, poor Dom was stooped over the entire hour we were inside. However, it was really interesting to see how these people would live, as they often stayed in the caves ...
... 32-40kms's apart along the silk route - a days ride. This is the largest in Anatolia, built in 1229 and recently restored. There are stables at the back for the animals, a central mosque and covered and uncovered areas for sleeping and storage. It has a fantastic entrance door. A really interesting place.
Lunch was a bun rush but my choice was beef Iskender, smothered in a tomatoey ...
... will be there, oh just over that little hill and I have made it............a half a mile later and Brian off in the sunset, actually sunrise, sort of, and the balloons were disappearing out of site, oh dear Feeling rather hungry now and having seen, or not seen as the case may be, enough balloons, we decided to go,into the town and get some breakfast. Ah, it is only 6.30 and there is nowhere open, hm, so it's back to our little wooden hut for a coffee ...
... slope. We stopped at another Han, a mini Caravanserai and saw another being restored, they are magnificent buildings.
All day there had been heavy showers and we were lucky to miss them. I took a shot of one while driving back and found that the road sign points to the rainbow in case you couldn't see it. I also liked the cloud over Mount Erciyes which looked like it was still erupting!
... there desserts but unfortunately it more likely to be a miss than a hit with them tasting very nice we have had some yummy ones but many of them are grosse. the next day we visited the ancient city of ephesus, it was very busy but wow what a place I did not expect it to be so extensive but then again atleast 250,000 lived here. was crazy to be walking around a place we read about in the bible. this place is very well preserved and well worth a visit. the history is so so so long ...