Yusuf Yigitoglu Konagi
Travel Blogs from Urgup
Ash nazg durbatulūk, ash nazg gimbatul, ash nazg thrakatulūk agh burzum-ishi krimpatul.
We also rented ATV quad cycles and spent an hour tooling around. It’s not really something Cindy or I would do on our own, but we were advised by friends that it’s worth doing in Cappadocia, and after seeing one in action, Elias was adamant, so we went. Elias was initially pretty disgruntled that he would not be able to drive one on his own, ...
... a sister cafe in Melbourne. Melbourne coffee is typically brilliant, and this small cafe in the middle of nowhere was doing a superb job of mirroring the experience. I sat and watched the few tourists that were in town go by and began to ponder my next move. From here on in, I had absolutely nothing planned and no agenda. I'd specifically left he next month and a haIf open, rightly figuring that by now I would be confident enough to get around on a whim. It struck me ...
... already refreshed and set on exploring these caves. Once we made it up and into the hill caves we started trying to work our way to the top of what appeared to be a labrinth of old cave dwellings and churches. The site was not very well setup for tourists so there were no guard rails, guides or maps explaining what we were looking at and instead we simply climbed our way through and discussed our own ideas on how this place may have looked some 1500 years ago in its ...
... 24 year old daughter.” Then he turned to Jim and said “You could easily still get 20 camels for her.” !!!
We then went to Goreme’s Open Air Museum where we said goodbye to Mehmet, and we tipped him generously. He gave us his contact information in case we know anyone needing a guide in Cappadocia, and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend him. We had a delicious ice cream cup to tide us over, from a vendor who arm-wrestled Jim ...
... who took us through was very charming as we are coming to expect when we are being softened up for the "kill". We saw the pottery being made and then the kiln and then the three show rooms. Seems there are often 3 showrooms; the exquisite masterpieces, the fine works and then the apprentice products. Sometimes there is a "factory outlet" in the street opposite for the absolute cheap skate. We were tempted to purchase a beautiful traditional ...
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