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February 23, 2017
TRAVEL: Weekend in Cappadocia – Castle Inn Cappadocia
The area of Cappadocia is covered in rock formations that were created from erosions of lava rock. This erosion created MILES of natural gorges and fields of dips and peaks in the land. Later on communities carved into these formations to create rooms for their homes, churches, and stores. Up until the 1950s, the people continued to live in most of these areas, but time started to slowly destroy some of the structures. Plus, newer commodities like indoor plumbing and electricity was not so easy to run through the rock houses. Now, more and more of these homes are being restored into stores, restaurants and hotels.
February 6, 2017
FOOD: Buenos Aires Cafe, Izmir – ★★★★☆
Overall Rating: 4/5 Recommendation: Go! Facebook Page link here. Buenos Aires is a little cafe just down the street from our house in Izmir that opened shortly after we moved... Read the full article...
February 2, 2017
FOOD: Whole30 Tips and Tricks
In a non-travel related post, Jason and I just finished our 4th, yes FOURTH, Whole 30. (Ok, we were a few days short due to travel, but shhhh don’t tell!)... Read the full article...
January 27, 2017
TRAVEL: Remembering Cappadocia
Today we head to Cappadocia, and I can’t help but reminisce about last time we were there. Three summers ago (yep 2014), just 5 months into our marriage, we took our... Read the full article...