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Travel Photos

Monday Photo: Avanos, Turkey

A travel photo of Avanos, Turkey.Read More
Travel Photos

Monday Photo: Goreme, Turkey

A travel photo of Goreme, Turkey.Read More
Workaway Cave House and Hotel Work Exchanges

9 Volunteer Work Exchanges in Cave Houses and Cave Hotels in Spain, France, Turkey and Jordan

We have written about volunteering in cave hotels already after we stayed in one in Turkey a few years ago. The owner told of his need for volunteer staff and one of our readers later applied for the position and sent us a report of his experience volunteering in Cappadocia. Read More
Travel Photos

Monday Photo: Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey

A travel photo of Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey.Read More

More Turkey? Ah, Go On, Go On, Go On…

The Christmas dinner plates have been cleared away, the crackers pulled and pudding soaked in brandy and set alight. On Boxing Day the left overs were consumed but if you haven’t had enough of Turkey yet here are some more pictures for your festive delight:Read More
Travel Photos

Monday Photo: Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey

A travel photo of Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey.Read More
Volunteer Work in Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey

Volunteer Work in a Fairy Chimney Cave Hotel

A few months ago Brandon Fralic emailed from his cave room in Cappadocia to say he had scored a volunteer position we had mentioned on our other site, the Jobs Abroad Bulletin. We told him how the hotel cat gets into his room and, in exchange, he tells us more about his job.Read More
Living in Cappadocia

Duke Dillard: Why I Live in… Cappadocia

A happy family man for the past 17 years, he had a normal white, middle class childhood in suburban America and at age nine had a significant encounter with Jesus Christ that still impacts his life today. Though he and his family have already spent many years living in Kazakstan, Uzbekistan and Ankara, they are fairly new residents of Cappadocia and tell us more about living there.Read More
Carpet Museum. Avanos, Cappadocia, Turkey

Avanos: Pottery, Kilims and 16,000 Strands of Hair

Though they are babes in arms compared to Egyptian touts, the bars and restaurants of my home town in Turkey have a reputation for hassle when it comes to drumming up business.Read More
Travel in Cappadocia

Photo Feature: Cappadocia

The Cappadocian landscape produces one of life’s ‘wow’ moments. Deirdre - a foot shorter than me - had been admiring the scenery out of the crowded bus window for about ten minutes. Had I attempted to bend down for a peek I would have head-butted another passenger in the chest so I had to delay the gratification.Read More