Hello! Here’s a quick update from the beautiful and deeply mysterious land of Cappadocia.
Beyond hiking through mushroom-like rocks and exploring underground cities, I saw the end to a deeply coveted wish. See below for your hint.
In Cappadocia, it’s still not cheap. However, in comparison to expected prices, it’s worth the small investment (around 100 euros) for an opportunity to float above Cappadocia’s curious, otherworldly landscape.
Have you visited Turkey? So far, it’s ranking up as one of my favorite destinations yet. I’m off to Fethiye tomorrow!
I have not visited Turkey but your post is certainly inspiring the grand desire to do so. What is your favorite aspect of the country?
Besides the natural splendor of Cappadocia, I’d say the hospitality! But there’s also the food! It’s the Mediterranean diet dream–fresh, local cheese, olives, vegetables, fruit, etc. According to my research, it only gets better the closer you are to the coast!
Sure is beautiful!! Thanks for sharing.
I really enjoyed your posts about Turkey! My husband is Turkish and we loved seeing your beautiful photos. May you have many wonderful journeys ahead.
Thanks for stopping by! Turkey is such an amazing country. Expect more posts detailing my endearing love for it! 🙂
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