Turkish Delights

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April 11th 2012
Published: July 8th 2012EDIT THIS ENTRY

Holed up in our windowless dorm in the hostel, it was only when we first stepped outside that we realised that the warm sun and blue sky of the previous day had been replaced by cold rain and a wicked gale, as we sprinted from the hostel to the small cafe on the pier at seven in the morning. I had left all the organising the girls and in my sleepy stupor had no idea what was going on - one minute ... Read Full Entry

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The TerracesThe Terraces
The Terraces

The famous, aesthetically pleasing white terraces in the hills of Pamukkale.
The ViewThe View
The View

The people who used to live up here in Termessos sure had a good view.
Gymanasium, TermessosGymanasium, Termessos
Gymanasium, Termessos

Ruins of the gymnasium which was also supposedly part of a spa and bathing complex.
Cave Tombs, TermessosCave Tombs, Termessos
Cave Tombs, Termessos

The tombs built into the cliffs also reminded me of Petra.
Theatre Of TermessosTheatre Of Termessos
Theatre Of Termessos

There is always something dramatic about ancient amphitheatres that induce a sense of awe.
Necropolis, TermessosNecropolis, Termessos
Necropolis, Termessos

As a result of the earthquake, most of the tombs were jumbled about and thrown open.
More TombsMore Tombs
More Tombs

Penelope, Claire, me and Rebecca pose in front of some tombs in Termessos.

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