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Hiking in Cappadocia

Cappadocia is world famous for its unique rock formations and caves which were used by Christian settlers centuries ago. While many people …

Istanbul in 3 Days

Istanbul is one of the biggest cities in the world with an estimated population of over 15 million, but most of its …

Istanbul’s Old City Highlights

Istanbul’s Old City is centred around the area called Sultanahmet, a small peninsula bordered by the Bosphorus Strait, the Marmara Sea, and …

Thru The Lens: Ohrid

Ohrid is the stuff of fairy tales I say. The walled old town of Ohrid sits on the eastern shores of Lake …

Thru the Lens: Dubrovnik

With so many old town centres in Europe, it’s quite common to get traveller fatigue after you’ve been to so many of …

Touring Around Mostar

Tours usually aren’t my type of thing unless there’s no other way to reach a place or do an activity. But after …

Taking the Jump in Mostar

As is often the case when I end up somewhere, I hadn’t planned on going to Bosnia and Herzegovina but the poor …

Thru the Lens: Split

Split is a UNESCO Heritage recognized city on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. The ruins of Diocletian’s palace form the core of the …

Plitvice Lakes National Park on a Budget

Plitvice Lakes National Park is Croatia‘s most famous natural wonder. Clear turquoise water, countless waterfalls, and hordes of tourists characterize this gem. …