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Dreaming of Kotor

Kotor is one of the most memorable places I went to in southeastern Europe. It boasts a lovingly preserved UNESCO listed old …

I’m Taking a Break

Last summer I returned to The Netherlands for the third time in my life for a close friend’s wedding. It was a …

Thru The Lens: Ephesus

Ephesus is one of the largest archaeological sites of its kind in the world. The ancient city started its existence under the …

Pamukkale and Hierapolis

Is it snowing over there? The temperature is hovering around 0, but it can’t be snowing in just one spot, can it? It …

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 …

We Have No Stamps

Knowing how to speak Turkish would have helped. Earlier today I went to the post office to purchase some postcard stamps. I’ve …