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Pamukkale, the cotton castle and meeting of nomads

I had taken a 10 hour long night bus from Goreme, Cappadocia to Pamukkale and it was a rather chilly morning. As soon as we disembarked from the coach at the bus station we were told by the coach steward and bunch of other Turkish people (whospoke no English of course) to go to station number 27 for a shuttle van to town of Pamukkale. 1,640 more words

Articles

The Time I Walked 35 Kilometers

As I mentioned previously, Radicofani is a town on the Via Francigena pilgrimage route, which begins in Canterbury, England, and technically ends in Jerusalem, though these days most pilgrims stop in Rome as it’s too dangerous to proceed to the Middle East. 942 more words

Travel

Extended working holiday visa in Australia for LONGER than TWO YEARS

Being a Aussie girl myself and living on the East Cost of Australia while also having travelled parts of the coast I’ve come to meet some wonderful backpackers as well as seen some beautiful places. 367 more words

Adventure

There's no place like home.

The language of farewell has been part of my vocabulary since I was only beginning to speak. My earliest memories are moments of parting: from being ushered away in the hospital from the sibling I didn’t get to meet, to being bundled into my car seat when I first moved house. 719 more words

Christianity

Neolithic Injuries

Just as the paleo community has arrogantly—but I believe correctly—labeled a plethora of diseases “neolithic” (such as the whole category of autoimmune diseases, many different cancers, many mental health afflictions, livestock borne illnesses), I believe the same logic can be applied to many modern injuries, one of which I will speak of here. 236 more words

Commentary

Cotton River

Hammock / zerkalo Garden Hammock @The Chapter Four
Milk Jug & Flowers , Metal Boxes / Keke milkjugs and metal boxes @The Seasons Story… 20 more words

Osaka Castle


In a huge park, on fifteen acres of land in the city of Osaka, Japan, stands the Osaka Castle. It was built between 1583 and 1597 and is five stories tall. 278 more words