Travelling alone for the first time

I believe travelling is a journey of self-discovery. A journey which can change you as a person, and possibly your entire life to come. Sounds like a big burden to bear in mind, while planning your next holiday. Most of the times you know intuitively what kind of scenery you would enjoy. Or if you don’t, … Continue Reading

50 things I learnt in 1 month of travelling

Every journey is an adventure and the journey itself is one very valuable experience. It teaches you things which otherwise you had no idea you can do, or not. I’ve made a list of the small and significant things I learnt in 1 month of traveling. One month traveling looks like this :

Traveling around the planet

Good morning! Or ‘good afternoon’. I’m not sure which one is the most appropriate, because I haven’t slept last night, and my cloudy mind would like to say “Good night”. But that’s not going to happen, because I’m stuck in Ataturk airport, in Istanbul, Turkey, because I love traveling around the planet. This airport is … Continue Reading

Experiencing Cappadocia, A Place Like No Other

Cappadocia is a history rich region in the middle of Turkey. It is most known for its unusual geography, created by volcanic rock erosion, which laid on the soil more than 2 billion years ago. This landscape is completed with Erciyes  mountain, which used to be a volcano and has a peak of the 3916 … Continue Reading

Welcome to Ramadan festival in Kayseri, Turkey

Yesterday me and Miriam, along with the other volunteers from IYACA, were at “Welcome to Ramadan” festival (ŞEHR-İ RAMAZAN), which was held in the Mimar Sinan Park. The park was named after Koca Mi’mâr Sinân Âğâ, who was the chief Ottoman architect and civil engineer for sultans Suleiman the Magnificent, Selim II, and Murad III.