cooking breakfast for Sam.an evening on the farm
along the journey to a far destination, we stopped over a farm land and seek permission from Mr Mohamad to camp on his compound. not understanding the Turks, we didnt really understand what they were trying to say. what we knew that it was a 'no'. they said that there will be snakes around if we camp on the ground. then they provided us with a tractor loader and we slept on it. the night was cold and Mr Mohamad checked our sleeping bags and it was not up to his standards. he then provide us with mattress, blankets and pillow for us to sleep in the loader. it was reallliii cold even we had all the necessery covers. we could feel their welcoming warmness.
spending a night in the farm was the most plesant experience that no $ can buy!
one of the camp site in Goreme were we had to pay about S$25 per night. it was the most luxurious campsite that we stayed. cooking stove and proper WC was provided.
Goreme was a very ancient village. formed with alot of intresting rocks. it was hot in the day time and it's about 34deg celsius. once we enter the rock caves, its like the airconditioned room. its amazing!
there were about closed to 50 underground cities near Goreme. each had structure like an ant colony. it can go down to 80meters deep!