Mustafapaşa, Kapadokya

Mustafapaşa (remember: Mustafapasha) is an old Greek village in the Kapadokya region whose Greek inhabitants left during the Greek-Turkish population exchange of 1923 (see: Kayaköy)
It used to called Sinasos.

Gömede Valley

An old monastery

Monastery grounds




We stayed in Akyol Hotel. The rooms are built into the ground so you never need an air conditioner. Pardon the mess!





The only time I had baklava. It was good.








In awe of the terrain.



Spaghetti! Brought to you by solar power!

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