Evinn Cave House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... saw a lot of the houses collapse and some folk died. As a result, the only inhabitants these ays are goats and stray dogs and cats. It is a peaceful place and is slowly wiping the scars of the human inhabitation from its face. Given another century, there will be no sign that people ever lived here...
After another delicious lunch, we headed for our final stop of the tour - the Selime monastery. This is perhaps the most grandiose place we have seen and is ...
... were a crime. More recently, going back only a few generations, regular farm folk made cave homes, so now in this region the remains of troglodyte villages abound. Today Cappidocia is a thriving tourist destination...and one of the busiest hot air ballooning places in the world. During the day we hiked the valleys and explored the caves, and then on one special day, very early in the morning, we got into a hot air balloon and rose into the dawn over the lunar ...
... were moved out of Cavusin. Did a hike there and, of all things, chatted about Bollywood movies on the way up the hill. Surcen is a fan, and the Indian couple were only too happy to talk about films. Lunch was at a restaurant a lot of tour buses were stopped by. Thankfully, the food was still decent. Had testi kebab for lunch, which is cooked in a clay pot that is then broken. Went to Avanos, a ceramics and pottery village. Watched a pottery ...
... with fries which seem to be quite common as a side dish here.
After lunch we found a church that has long since been abandoned but the frescoes on the walls were still visible. All the pictures of Jesus had their eyes scratched out – apparently they were so well done that the eyes appeared to follow you when you moved, and when the Muslims took over they didn’t like being watched so they scratched all the eyes out. Next to the Church was ...
... cities from attacking Islamic armies. It's also home to some unique geological forces that carved valleys and bizarre rock formations throughout the region. Upon landing in Cappadocia we waited 1 hour for our shuttle bus (that's twice as long as our flight) to take us to our next destination, Arif Hotel. We were welcomed by the young hotel manager Ahmet with glasses of wine and a deadpan sense of humour. We lingered in the offlice drinking wine talking ...