He is also always on a honky-tonky. You hear others "I am above you. Don't come up" or "I am underneath you" etc. Nothing to worry about.
Champagne and cake.
back at the hotel.
Kaymakli Underground Town
These towns, one of the most interesting assets among the cultural heritage of the region, are carved out of the relatively soft tufa. The Main reason of existence for these towns was to provide refuge during the recurring threat by the invading armies. These underground towns are easily accessible from the corresponding towns above.
site: Tallest Fairy Chimneys in Cappadocia in Ürgüp
Doesn't this look like a sphinx?
carob fruit. I think it is an acquired taste but not too bad. The trouble is that you have to be careful not to bite too hard on the seeds because I think that could break your teeth. The carob seeds are extremely uniform in size and weight and were used to weigh gold and diamonds- hence "carat" as we use today for gold and diamonds
Look, real plumbing and electricity.
Well, he even has a gift shop. We end up being customers. Nice things AND it is a good cause.
They have been great travel companions and I hope we will keep in touch. They will be gone tomorrow before the Imam's call.
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From Aykut's CD:
Day 15 Friday 06.29.2012 (Cappadocia)
- Kaymaklı Underground City visit
- Stop at natural cave storage for lemon, (Not in the Program. Learning & Discovery) The e-mail address for the pictures: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Stop at Tallest Fairy Chimneys in Cappadocia in Ürgüp
- Devrent Valley (Camel Rock)
- Lunch on own in Avanos Village (Kavi Restaurant)
- Walking through the fruit and vegetable market in Avanos (Not in the Program. Learning & Discovery)
- Visiting an old rock-cut house run as a tea-house now in Uçhisar, having tea and coffee in its patio (Not in the Program. Learning & Discovery)
- Farewell Dinner at Balkon Restaurant next to Pigeons Valley, the end of the base trip
Overnight at Karlıkevi Hotel, Uçhisar