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Amazing sights from around Turkey

3 weeks is not enough to time to see all that Turkey has to offer, but we saw many highlights from historic buildings of Istanbul to memorials of Gallipoli to Roman ruins of Ephesus to terraces of Pamukkale to fairy chimneys of Cappadocia to Soumela Monastery nestled on the side of a cliff. 372 more words



So I am going to jump the gun and publish my trip to Turkey first and post Eastern Europe later on. I am doing this for the following reasons, I am currently still experiencing traveling withdrawal and I miss Turkey so much! 1,755 more words


We went to Pamukkale, everyone fell

Pamukkale looks like leftover wax from a giant white candle that dried as it dripped down a mountain. It is somehow a wholly natural travertine terrace of carbonate minerals left by the hot springs that flow along the mountain. 481 more words


Turkish roads

On était partis à 10.
99% de français, 1% italien. Autant vous dire que la troupe a très vite éclaté et qu’on s’est très vite désolidarisé du reste. 939 more words


48 hours

Easter.  Been and gone. Wonder how long the eggs will linger?

Spent the weekend at Mum and Dad’s.  Spent silly money on haircuts for the childerbeast.  480 more words

Turkey: Part 1

Hi everyone,

It goes without saying that I have been majorily slacking with the blog; I apologize. We have been moving at a rather blistening pace since arriving (excuses, I know) but before the day is out I will have two full posts completed (hopefully). 1,354 more words


Cotton Castle at Pamukkale Turkiye

Udah lama ndak buka blog. Pdhal blog nya masih berumur bulanan.Yuuuk mari mulai lanjut menulis. Masih tentang Turki

Bangun dengan segar. Setelah kemaren menempuh perjalanan panjang Cappadocia – Pamukkale yg terletak di  Provinsi Denizli di barat daya Turki. 294 more words