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Escapada de fin de semana: Meryemana Evi, Efes, Kuşadası y Pamukkale!

Bueno esta semana que pasó me bajó la locura y decidí que quería irme en un viaje para chicos de erasmus, pero cuando me decidí por ir ya no habían cupos. 703 more words

Well, That Went Quickly...

Unbelievably it was exactly 1 year ago today that I was sitting in a cold, dark flat in Kent, kitties in a crate, waiting for a nice man called Mark to pick us all up and take us to Gatwick to begin a new chapter in our lives – living in Fethiye, Turkey. 302 more words


"Cotton Castle" or a world heritage site

It started raining the evening before. Since I have arrived, not one drop. But then in the evening the flood gates opened and it poured down hard. 790 more words


Let the sunshine in

Since two days I am doing nothing except walking to the restaurant for three meals a day and in-between I spend my time at the pool, reading books and magazines, watching Breaking Bad, and enjoying a drink once in a while. 384 more words


Pamukkale and Laodicea

Pamukkale which is translated as Cotton Castle in Turkish, is famous for it’s terraces filled with natural spring water located on a mountainside.

It’s formed as hot spring water containing high quantities of calcium hydrogen carbonate runs over the surface of the ground and loses heat, thus an irreversible reaction occurs causing carbon dioxide, water and calcium carbonate to be produced. 441 more words

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