2 months of EVS in Turkey

My 2 month volunteer project has come to an end last week. I’ve experience a lot, I’ve learned a lot, and I’ve improved myself. There are not enough words to describe this whole new experience … cultural, religious, social. It make you realize how small we are, how much we are influenced by our society, family and … Continue Reading

Living and Working Within the Muslim Community

If you’ve been living all your life among Christians, then you cannot know exactly what the Muslim lifestyle is until you see it with your own eyes and live in their society. It’s different! It’s not worse or better, but most of non-Muslim people will find it very different. And most of the time we … Continue Reading

Preparing traditional Turkish dumplings : Manti

I wrote before about traditional Turkish cuisine, and I’ve share with you which ones are my favorite here. But today I have to make a special post just about Manti, the most famous dumpling from Turkish cuisine. Manti dumplings typically consist of a spiced meat mixture, usually lamb or ground beef in a dough wrapper, … Continue Reading

Discovering The Amazing Turkish Culinary Culture

Turkey has a very rich culture, involving religion, family, history and food. They are joyful people and like to celebrate everything. And how can you celebrate better than with a big meal. So there are a lot of things we can say about Turkish food. The most important is the taste, and trust me when … Continue Reading

Visiting the Governor’s Office in Kayseri

As a volunteer, I’ve got the chance to meet some important people from Kayseri. Volunteering is fun, creative and full of rewards, but if we want to keep it that way, we need some support from the local authorities. This EVS project that brought me here, is a premiere for Kayseri, and we need to … Continue Reading