Cappadocia. Only one hour by plane from Istanbul, yet it seems like entering another world. A landscape that stretches way beyond unique and a melting pot of culture and history that spans across centuries is most certainly a place that ticks my boxes. A UNESCO world heritage site, situated in the region of Central Anatolia in Turkey, is an area worth visiting if you want to escape for a few days in an environment that is different from the norm. It truly is a region of paradise for the traveller that is eager savour variety and contrast. From valleys adorned with fairy chimneys, to the earliest examples of early Byzantine Churches, carved within rocks and adorned with figurative and expressive wall paintings, it really is a place of Eden for keen photographers with a trigger finger.