The landscape of Cappadocia is one of those places that is just special, there is not really any other way to describe it with my limited vocabulary. It is an area people are drawn to because of the advanced physiognomy of the landscape with its wild landscape and ancient ‘fairy chimneys’, caves and grottos dug straight into them that have homed so many different races of people through different dynasties throughout centuries. They are still so perfectly intact today, minus the people obviously, but they just sit there to be explored by anyone who cares to stumble upon them. We rented a scooter in the town and headed out to one of the main areas where there is a large cluster of these chimneys. One of the first things I noticed once I was over the initial site of them was how there was almost no one there. A few small groups of people walking around also exploring but that was it. After having been on the hot air balloons and seeing how many people were around the town I expected to see a huge amount of people here but, almost nothing. For the most part we just rode around on a motorbike periodically stopping and exploring on foot.
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