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Turkey, Aug 2013

Turkey was an impromptu trip I made. During my wonderful Greek holiday 3 years before, I looked at the world map and fantasized about setting sail from mainland Greece and island hopping through the paradise of Greek islands, landing on Turk soil and then up in a hot air balloon over the wonderland of Cappadocia. 174 more words


100 happy days - week 3 & 4

Ik ben alweer bijna een week terug van een geweldige vakantie in Turkije (Istanbul, Foça en Pamukkale) met veel blije momenten. Zie hier een indruk van mijn vakantie in foto’s: 418 more words


Pamukkale, The Cotton Castle

After two nights in Selçuk, I took the three-hour bus ride to the small village of Pamukkale. It was even smaller than I expected, truly a one-horse town that seems to be entirely sustained by the tourism industry. 493 more words


The cotton castle of Turkey - Pamukkale

Pamukkale’s natural wonder didn’t seize to amaze. 

Its thermal baths looked so peculiar and out of place in contrast to its rather dry and desolute surroundings. 130 more words


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Pamukkale, meaning “cotton castle” in Turkish, is a natural site in Denizli Province in southwestern Turkey.

The city contains hot springs and travertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water. 457 more words

Aegean Adventure

Since Istanbul I’ve spent the previous six days on board a bus with a great group of people traveling down the coast of Turkey. Here’s what’s happened so far. 1,843 more words