Notice: Trying to get property 'post_excerpt' of non-object in /home/customer/www/ on line 15
Middle EastTurkeyVolunteering

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 environment. There is no right or wrong, there are just different perspectives.

col iyaca cultural night

But we never realize we are living into a crystal ball, isolated from the rest, until we decide to travel. This is my story, in pictures…. cuz a photo can say more than 1000 words…. and I have hundreds of photos. Turkey… Kayseri… I’ll miss you.

“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” Gustave Flaubert

This is an album I’ve posted on Facebook, with some of the pictures I’ve took during this 2 months:

1. IYACA Facebook album (it’s on the hosting organization page)

2.  Personal Facebook album (my personal album from Facebook)

Hope you’ll enjoy!


Related posts

Explore the AIESEC opportunities in Romania: Interns and Volunteers

I’ve been approached by a local team of the international student organisation, AIESEC, to…
Read more
DestinationsJordanMiddle East

Floating in the Dead Sea in Jordan

I remember finding out about the Dead Sea when I was only a child. They would say it was the…
Read more
DestinationsJordanMiddle East

Wadi Rum Desert: Spending a Night in a Bedouin Camp in Jordan

A 7-day trip to Jordan has to include a night in the Wadi Rum desert. It’s a famous desert, a…
Read more

Tell me what you think!