29 October 2010

Denizli Province, Turkey

After over 3 hours on a bus in a week already full of traveling, my expectations for Pamukkale were pretty high. I was not disappointed. Pamukkale, meaning “cotton castles” in Turkish, looks like it is covered in snow from a distance. The “cotton” was formed from calcium minerals left by flowing water. Hot springs and travertines are scattered all along the cliff and have some of the smoothest mud I have ever felt. If I didn’t have my camera I would have smothered myself in it, I had to be satisfied with squishing it between my toes. Yet another surreal experience in Turkey.

*embrace the Chaco tan*

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