During our travel we had time to take a short panoramic timelapse in Zelve Cappadocia. It was very windy day and storm was coming. But Cappadocia is amazing in any weather condition!
A_ Hi! Where are you from?
B_ Turkey, the city called Adana. Have you ever heard?
A_ Not really…
B_ Do you know kebab?
B_Adana is the city where kebab originally come from, Adana kebab!
This is typical dialogue I had tens of times. Then the conversation continues about the matter that the kebab known in Europe is not really kebab, it’s doner (döner) which in Turkish means “rotary”, and it’s not kebab. (more…)
For a long time I didn’t understand why all tourists were going to Cappadocia. “Okay, there are some interesting natural shapes created by wind and rain, but so what?” I asked myself. Why is it worth being visited by thousands each year? The second time I visited, I understood why. (more…)
Seeing the balloons, so many of them flying quietly while you breath the early morning’s cold air is something very emotional, not only the colorful balloons but the environment, the ancient rocks, the light, the sound and the smell of the place, there is some kind of magic in this show. Read More