Evinn Cave House
Travel Blogs from Urgup
... got the smell of food and we went into the oldest sausage house in Europe which dates back to the 1500s and has some sort of sausage which even I have to admit, was lovely.
And have a very good look at this statue on the stone bridge..... Whatever he is doing he is doing it one handed!!
Off then to Nuremburg famous for the Nuremburg Ring whatever that is, (but I do know, it is NOT jewellery) and of course the Nuremburg trials. We even got to ...
... he landed that basket lightly right on the
balloon trailer, then sprang out and popped a bottle of champers!) then up and
away, incredible eroded landscape below, dipping into valleys, cameras more
ablaze than the propane burners, 50 or so balloons around us, sun rising over
We were lucky both nights to eat at cafes where Turkish
grandmothers do the cooking – home style dishes ...
... multilevel rock hewn structure dating back to ?. After a steep hike up the undulating rocks and squeezing through some narrow passages we reached the base of the monastery. We then scamper through small doors, narrow hallways and interconnecting passages as we explore the complex. Kitchens, storage rooms, bedrooms, churches, everything a self sufficient complex requires cut into the side of the mountain. After the ...
... I did everything right". When I then removed the tape from the new plug, I saw that he has tinkered and soldered incorrectly. In addition, the LED does not work anymore. The Turks do not like it, when you tell them that they made bullsh... It's annoying that you have to do everything yourself or constantly check. I also give no parts more out of hand because they do not handle it carefully and do more damage than repair. They often look at me as ...
... to idolatry, and so they scratched their faces away.
It is amazing how well these paintings- done in the style called secco- remained intact. Unfortunately, we were not allowed to take photos inside.