When I went to the top of the mountain to watch the hot air balloon in the morning, I passed by this coffee shop, and it felt so special, so I came over after lunch with my friends. On the second floor, I didn’t expect it to be a fairytale-like picture of the Wizard of Oz. There are countless kittens in the store, lazy sofas matched with Turkish characteristic cushions, and I look up on the terrace and there are grapes planted by the boss, and daffodils. Everything is It’s wonderful, come to Goreme, remember to come here for an afternoon
It's very nice, it has a lot of history, the houses are also very distinctive, and it is very artistic.
The Turks love cats, and Jane has lost her conscience. Cats are arrogant residents of this country. Whether in small towns or cities, most of the cats they meet are fattened to overweight. Some people even filmed a movie "Istanbul Cats" specifically for cats, and I was there. Goreme, walked into a hippie coffee shop where the cat is the owner. I just closed the door when I came to the "shop selling stars", and there was also a green shop next door. I walked in and found that it was a warm cafe-Omurca art cave cafe, with exotic and comfortable hippie decorations, hanging on the door With tassel curtains, a variety of playful blue eyes and small gourds, the sofa is full of colorful hand-woven pillows, the courtyard is full of green plants, and when you look up, you can see a mushroom-headed rock cave. Throughout the huge cafe, few guests have met, but cats can be seen everywhere. This shop is run by Harun who looks like a hippie. He is a very cute and kind Turk. He often feeds the wild cats nearby. Gradually, the cats have become regular customers in the shop. If you know that there is food and friends here, don’t rely on it. Gone, there are almost seventeen cats now. In the secret base of Cappadocia, it couldn't be better to have a relaxing time while smoking a cat and drinking Turkish coffee.