Melek Cave Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we got underway and our first stop was a viewing area overlooking Pigeon Valley. This was an area of weird looking land formations (they call them fairy chimneys) and they were primarily for pigeons to live in. Once a year people would enter these “chimneys” collect the droppings and sell it as fertilizer. This used to be a thriving industry and income earner for centuries until tourism and chemical fertilizers changed the economic landscape and it is ...
... I walked, and birds hopped in and out of chapel windows fifty feet above. The road narrowed, then narrowed again. I crossed a stream and went through two tunnels, when I came across a cafe (?!) in the middle of nowhere! The man who worked there gave me some watermelon and water and assured me that I was on the right path. He told me to go to the right when I came to the fork and that would take me to a road where I could hitchhike into town. Where ...
... and livestock being kept in the lower and middle levels. Still an active seismic region many of these homes were destroyed by earthquakes and locals moved with government assistance to other areas and provided more modern style homes. We do however encounter one local man who resides in this place. He is tending to his large garden and invites us up for a closer look. At first we think the area is multiple residences with 5 or 6 visible entrances but he soon corrects ...
... balloons, and soon the baskets started moving slowly, just scrapping the ground and moving sideways as the winds took hold. One more blast of the burners, and we were lighter than the air around us, and off we went. Considering the Superman cup on my work desk, it shouldn't come as a surprise when the words "Up, Up and Away" just instinctively came to my mouth. :) Now, I had no idea what to anticipate in terms of the ride itself. But the ride ...
... old mansions with tall arched windows and a bustling bazaar. Kept a little separate from this old city is the new one with dozens on new highrise apartment blocks for an exploding population.
Hasankeyf is a small town nestled in the valley of the Tigres River with sheer rock cliffs above that are honeycombed with cave dwellings. The town will be flooded when a very large new dam is complete but you would never know as you drive through. Everyone seems to ...