Colourful frescoes in the underground Christian churches of Cappadocia.
My dramatic entrance in the bellydancer's cage. That's Baris with me, making sure I didn't fall out.
The Whirling Dervishes (photo by Baris).
My tour guide, interpreter and saviour, Baris.
The Lion's Gate of Hattusha, 3,300 years old.
An example of the 2,000 year old dwellings of Cappadocia. Sadly I missed these, I was back at the hotel with my foot in plaster.
A friendly jandarme (they are all friendly, thankfully, considering that weapon)
Sunrise over Cappadocia. Ballooning is very popular with the tousists. I was devastated to miss out, but Anne took this picture.
Underground dwellings, carved into the strange fairy chimneys.
Hittite ruins from their capital city of 13th century BC.