Monday, June 3, 2013

Day 6- Goreme Open Air Museum

Day 6

Before stepping our feet at Goreme Open Air Museum in Cappadocia, we were brought to this Carpet merchant known as Matis Carpet.  The carpets sold here are damn expensive.  The same story as the leather shop told earlier in Day 3.  None of us buy anything because the cheapest silk carpet with a footprint of your feet will cost you USD300.

Then we visited the Goreme Open Air Museum.  This open air museum resembles a vast monastic complex composed of scores of refectory monasteries placed side-by-side, each with its own fantastic church and dramatic rock formations.

Easy to say it is a rock-cut churches, with beautiful wall paintings on the walls and ceiling.  No photo allowed in the churches.

While waiting the bus, we have the coolest Turkish ice cream which I has seen them at Bukit Bintang.

After the visit, we went to Venessa Seramik to see ceramic making.

Today tips: (6) when you go to Goreme Open Air Museum, please wear conform shoes like sport shoes because you need to walk and climb a lot.


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