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Ten Days In Turkey

TURKEY | Sun, 15 Nov 2015 | By iain_and_tamara | Views [694] | Comments [1]

Ask any Kiwi traveller what to see in Turkey and their lists will generally be almost identical: Istanbul, Cappadocia, Pamukkale and Gallipoli. Before leaving the UK Tamara popped over to Gallipoli for Anzac day 2002. On that visit she embarked on a ... Read more >

Tags: cappadocia, caves, gallipoli, istanbul, palaces, pamukkale, turkey

Sadece Istanbul

TURKEY | Tue, 21 Jul 2015 | By merveselenayi | Views [387]

Istanbul inanılmaz güzellikte olan  https://www.tranigo.com  ve burası hakikaten Osmanlı imparatorluğu ve Roma İmparatorluğu zamanında yapılmış çok özel yapılar ve binalar bulunmaktadır. Her biri dünyanın en bü... Read more >

Tags: gezi, istanbul, seyahat, turkey

Almost time!

USA | Wed, 24 Jun 2015 | By xiaix | Views [197]

Getting ready for G Adventures "Taste of Turkey" trip with my daughter. Less than two days until my flight! I hope I remembered everything, and that not booking the direct flights was not a mistake. Flying on Alitalia through Rome going (With a 90 ... Read more >

Tags: anticipation, turkey

Photos: A Journey to a New Perspective

TURKEY | Thu, 30 Apr 2015 | By rebeccaondetour | Photo Gallery

A few photos that help to describe my journey from Turkey to Egypt by ferry alongside hundreds of Syrian refugees.
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Tags: journey, perspective, refugees, sunset, syria, travel, turkey

Photos: Sightings of the Southern Eurasian gnome

ITALY | Sun, 19 Apr 2015 | By gnome-san | Photo Gallery

See if you can find the Eurasian gnome in these pictures
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Tags: france, gnome, italy, turkey

Playful Eating | Summer Artichokes

TURKEY | Fri, 6 Mar 2015 | By _fiosh_ | Views [348]

The story behind my recipe. It was a late summer afternoon and the sun had passed our apartment leaving us in the cool shade, a breeze blowing through the balcony was welcoming in the heat. My cousin and I sat at the table with a bowl full of huge ... Read more >

Tags: artichokes, family, food, identiy, learning, love, olive oil, passion, turkey

Photos: Passport & Plate - Zeytinyagli Enginar

TURKEY | Thu, 5 Mar 2015 | By _fiosh_ | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

A collection of photos from my recipe, Zeytinyagli Enginar. Zeytinyagli is a method in Turkish cuisine cooking with olive oil and served at room temperature or cold. It's healthy and clean and brings out the flavour of fresh, organic ingredients. This ... Read more >
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Tags: 2015 passport & plate: sri lanka, artichoke, family, food, identy, learn, lemon, olive oil, turkey

I wish a week was a lifetime.

TURKEY | Wed, 18 Feb 2015 | By homeless_harry | Views [658]

Every day in Instabul feels being lost in a fairy tale. Fairy tales don't come cheap it seems, and ticking off all the sights could have bought me another backpacks worth of goods from the Grand Bazaar. And getting lost can be just as costly, as I found ... Read more >

Tags: ayasophia, basicilia cistern, dervish, istanbul, topkapi palace, turkey

More contrast between expectation and reality.

TURKEY | Thu, 12 Feb 2015 | By homeless_harry | Views [704] | Comments [1]

I must have looked like a Google street view car for the two days I spent walking up and down all the little alleyways that lead off Istiklal Street. Everything I saw seemed photo worthy. And not just click, click, click now-delete, delete, delete later.... Read more >

Tags: cold, food, istanbul, scam, turkey, wind, women

Instant Istanbul infatuation.

TURKEY | Tue, 10 Feb 2015 | By homeless_harry | Views [597] | Comments [2]

In seven trips overseas, I have not been able to venture further afield than Asia. I'll let the reader decide whether or not they think the reasons behind that were financial, or geographical in motivation. Whatever they were, it is a new world that ... Read more >

Tags: cold, flights, istanbul, lost, sweets, travel, turkey

Path to Decision

NEW ZEALAND | Thu, 8 Jan 2015 | By nesrin | Views [364] | Comments [1]

It feels so good to finally say "I don't know exactly. May be three months, may be more, we'll see!" when people ask me for how long I am traveling. Before, the answer would be, and it always has been; "just two weeks, becauseI need to go back to work".... Read more >

Tags: auckland, decision, istanbul, new zealand, quit job, start travelling, turkey, wwoofing

Photos: Me

TURKEY | Thu, 6 Nov 2014 | By amazingsummer | Photo Gallery

Some pictures of me traveling :)
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Tags: cesme, egypt, north_coast, phi_phi, thailand, turkey

The hidden pearls

TURKEY | Sun, 7 Sep 2014 | By ivonabozik | Views [359]

That's the thing with travel. The best and the most memorable moments catch and refresh you unexpectedly like a shower of rain on a steamingly hot day. They smooth your mood like the soft comfort of your own bed after a long series of hard-working hours.... Read more >

Tags: food, turkey


IRAN | Wed, 3 Sep 2014 | By sherry | Views [381]

Bags are packed. I am counting down days although I still do not have a ticket. The best thing is I won't need a visa to enter Turkey. Visa is the beiggest burdon in front of me whenever I have a journey plan...very few countries grant me enteries without ... Read more >

Tags: airfares, bus trip, north, turkey, visa

Crossing a border to change district

CYPRUS | Fri, 30 May 2014 | By ignacio | Views [377]

Nicosia looks quite like a normal city when you arrive there. You may be shocked by the fact that you may find more Greek flags than Cypriot ones, but actually except for the fact that they drive on their left it looks completely like a Greek city. The ... Read more >

Tags: border, cyprus, greece, greek, lefkosia, nicosia, travel, turkey, turkish

Photos: Istanbul

TURKEY | Sun, 11 May 2014 | By voyage_voyage | Photo Gallery

December 2013
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Tags: istanbul, turkey

Falling in Love Again

CZECH REPUBLIC | Thu, 16 Jan 2014 | By joannawong | Views [706]

Prague just continues to amaze me. And life just continues to surprise me. Something like today where I was completely blown away at Vysehrad, where this beautiful city was prophesised. I hadn't expected too much of it, having seen it on a boat cruise ... Read more >

Tags: cities, czech republic, europe, friends, outdoors, random strangers, reflections, turkey, winter

Vitim or Bust

RUSSIAN FEDERATION | Mon, 14 Oct 2013 | By newbold | Views [393]

This was a trip with 3 mates from Athens to Vladivostok on motorcycles.    Mine was a 25 year old yamaha xt600 tenere.  The others were on almost new suzuki dr650s and a 2005 bmw 600 x-challenge. The trip was from April 25 'til ... Read more >

Tags: iran, iraq, kazakhstan, mongolia, pamir, siberia, tajikistan, turkey, yamaha

If things don't go right, turn left.

TURKEY | Wed, 7 Aug 2013 | By uncommoncheros | Views [1542]

Well, after a few days of exploration in and around Moscow, we found out that we had issues with our visa's for Kazakhstan. After three months of being told everything was going ok we found out on monday that all our files had been lost (appearently ... Read more >

Tags: istanbul, moscow, turkey


TURKEY | Tue, 2 Jul 2013 | By subranu | Views [575]

Swansea to London to Istanbul to Cappadocia to Istanbul to Dalaman to Marmaris to Dalaman to Istanbul to London to Swansea. Whew! Never thought we'd do this much in a week. Then again, what's life without spontaneity? On a more serious note, this ... Read more >

Tags: blue mosque, cappadocia, dalaman, hagia sophia, istanbul, marmaris, pamukkale, photography, travel, turkey

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