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Entering the Blue Mosque

In this video, you can see that my entrances to these grand places are not always as smooth as you might think. You can watch me battle with my basic sense... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 15-10-16


The Hagia Sophia at Nightfall

Giving Back Here’s an article more about some of the volunteering and things our family has been doing around the world. Article here! Daily Photo – The Hagia Sophia at Nightfall Here's... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 14-10-16


The Roman Cistern in Istanbul

Eels in the water? Has anyone else been here? At one point, I looked down and saw about a hundred strange slithering creatures in the water. Usually, I saw gaping mouths and... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 13-10-16


The Blue Mosque at Sunset

Behind the Scenes at the Blue Mosque Here’s some live FB broadcasts I did from this incredible mosque I visited a few days ago. I took A LOT of photos, and I’ll... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 08-10-16


I’m speaking at a blogger event in Turkey, and you can come!

Istanbul is one of my favourite cities in the world, and last year I was fortunate enough to be invited to the World Tourism Forum, along with some of my other favourite... Read More

Travel Post by One Step 4ward on the 02-09-16


Five Turkish Sweets To Try When Holidaying In Turkey

Turkey is not a destination that is a hard sell for anyone with the travel bug. It is a country packed with superb beaches, astonishing natural landscapes, numerous historical sites, and... Read More

Travel Post by My Beautiful Adventures on the 25-05-16


Soaring over Cappadoccia in a Hot Air Balloon

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Travel Post by My Itchy Travel Feet on the 10-05-16


7 of the World’s Most Picturesque Desert Landscapes

Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write My eyes grew so wide with childlike wonder the first time I saw a desert in real life.... Read More

Travel Post by Go See Write on the 29-04-16


SUN-SEEKER | How to Spend 12 Months in the Sun [INFOGRAPHIC]

The post SUN-SEEKER | How to Spend 12 Months in the Sun [INFOGRAPHIC] appeared first on BACK TO BUCKLEY - from MELBOURNE To LONDON & EVERYWHERE in between.. 12 MONTHS CHASING THE... Read More

Travel Post by Back To Buckley on the 19-03-16


Things To Do in Istanbul Turkey

I can’t do it all myself these days, so I’ve had traveler Staci Schwarz helping me with various admin stuff on my blog – thank you Staci!  Recently she and her... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 20-10-15


DIRTY THIRTY: The 30 Filthiest Tourist Attractions On The Planet

BACTERIA BUCKET LIST FANCY COFFEE WITH A RAT OR COCKROACHES DRESSED UP AS ELVIS? THEN HASSLE.COM HAS A BUCKET LIST THAT’S RIGHT UP YOUR ALLEY: THE DIRTY 30.  Thanks to the... Read More

Travel Post by Back To Buckley on the 20-10-15


Photo of the Week: Mausoleum of Ataturk in Ankara

Mausoleum of Ataturk in Ankara, Turkey This week’s travel photo captures the impact and legacy of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the leader of the Turkish War of Independence and the founder... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 09-09-15


12 Weird Tourist Attractions Around The World

WELCOME TO WEIRDSVILLE WHERE WACKY AND WEIRD TOURIST ATTRACTIONS HAVE MORE THAN A FEW FANS A homage to Stonehenge made of classic cars. A museum devoted to instant noodles. A creepy island home... Read More

Travel Post by Back To Buckley on the 03-09-15


Europe is always a good idea. Here are 5 cities we will revisit again and again

Travel to Europe is always a good idea. For many North Americans, traveling to Europe is THE dream vacation. There are few regions in the world that can compete with Europe when... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 23-08-15


Photo of the Week: Inside the Blue Mosque in Istanbul

Sultan Ahmed Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey This week’s photo was captured inside the magnificent Sultan Ahmed Mosque, also known as the Blue Mosque. It’s one of several historical attractions in Sultanahmet... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 21-08-15


Exploring Turkey The Different Sides

As We Travel - Traveling Tips, Destinations, Videos & Travel Blog Turkey has many associations, all different depending on who you ask. Some think of crazy partying and beach life, others think... Read More

Travel Post by As We Travel on the 06-08-15


13 destinations in Turkey that you must visit

Of our travels so far, Turkey is my favourite country! With crystal blue waters, warm weather and some amazing wonders of the world, how could it not! Fortunately all the main... Read More

Travel Post by Four Jandals on the 11-07-15


Bursa Icons: The Grand Mosque and Green Tomb

Entrance to Ulucami in Bursa When my time with Turkish Airlines drew to a close, after having explored Istanbul, Ephesus, and Pamukkale together, it was time to strike off on my own. I... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 06-07-15


Turkish Bath in Istanbul: My Experience at Kilic Ali Pasa Hamami

Strawberry Sherbet drink Stepping into the 435-year old Kilic Ali Pasa Hamami for my Turkish bath in Istanbul, I immediately left the city noise and stress of daily life behind. It was... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 16-06-15


Top 10 Things to Do in Istanbul

The Blue Mosque as seen from roof of Blue House Hotel Fresh from my first experience flying Turkish Airlines, and a good night’s rest, the focus of my trip turned to discovering Istanbul (not... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 11-06-15


Turkish Airlines: Flying Business Class from NYC to Istanbul

Business class on long haul flights. It’s the Holy Grail of air travel, and I recently had the opportunity to... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 01-06-15


V-Go Sail Turkey cruise – Fethiye to Kekova

If your bucket list is anything like ours, swimming with turtles in Turkey’s crystal clear waters with ancient ruins nearby, will be somewhere on that list! And what better way to... Read More

Travel Post by Four Jandals on the 17-09-14


Top of Cappadocia day trek – with Middle Earth Travel

Trekking through the valleys of Cappadocia’s fairy chimneys with Middle Earth Travel feels more like the set of a Star Wars movie than a historical region once carved out and lived in... Read More

Travel Post by Four Jandals on the 25-08-14


Saturday’s scene: Going to the Library

The Library of Celsus is probably the most photographed ruin in Ephesus, Turkey. Constructed between 110 and 135 A.D. by Julius Aquilla in memory of his father, Celsus Polemaeanus, a Roman Senator... Read More

Travel Post by My Itchy Travel Feet on the 23-08-14


Exploring Cappadocia: Why three days is not enough!

Along with hot air ballooning, Cavusin Castle, underground cities, and much more, the entire region of fairy chimneys and churches is just waiting to be explored!Cappadocia (a magical region within Turkey)... Read More

Travel Post by Four Jandals on the 15-08-14


Finding Online ESL Lessons: Ideas from a Traveling Teacher

This exciting article is from Teaching Traveling! If you see it on any website besides www.TeachingTraveling.com or any RSS feed besides the one from www.TeachingTraveling.com it has been stolen without permission. ... Read More

Travel Post by Teaching Traveling on the 28-07-14


Exploring Çavuşin Castle in Cappadocia: Photo Essay

Of all the amazing things to do in Cappadocia, we believe exploring the castle and old village (Eski Köy) at Çavuşin is a must do! Upon arrival to Cappadocia you will see a lot... Read More

Travel Post by Four Jandals on the 24-07-14


Exploring Ephesus on a Royal Princess Cruise Excursion

Standing at the top of the hill in Ephesus, near the Magnesia Gate (south entrance), I look around to see artifacts scattered on the ground as if someone forgot to... Read More

Travel Post by My Itchy Travel Feet on the 30-01-14


Trail of Thorns

The day had finally come. The day I had to do it all by myself – no boat, no help. I had to put on my full pack with water... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 30-01-14


PHOTO: Lower level of Galata Bridge in Istanbul is lined with restaurants while above, fishermen cast their lines

(Visited 93 times, 14 visits today)The post PHOTO: Lower level of Galata Bridge in Istanbul is lined with restaurants while above, fishermen cast their lines appeared first on Hole In... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 17-01-14