I woke up extra early and excited, murmuring a silent prayer for a good weather, for today will be an extraordinary day in Cappadocia. Finally, I will be fulfilling a lifelong dream of not only seeing hot air balloons fly above the surreal moonscape panorama of Cappadocia, but I will be riding in one of […]Read more "Hot Air Balloon at Cappadocia, Turkey"
Cappadocia is a vast region at Central Anatolia, it is filled with many historical sites and breathtaking landscapes. For travellers, particularly for those on a solo trip, the best way to see beautiful scene far beyond Göreme is to join one of the color-coded tours. These are easily arranged even in advance, with your hostels […]Read more "The Green Tour- Underground City, Pigeon Valley, Selime Monastery, and Ihlara Valley, Cappadocia, Turkey"
Taking a late morning flight from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Kayseri Erkilet Airport, I finally made my way to another dream destination, Cappadocia. I pre-booked a shared transportation from the airport to the hotel where I will be staying at Göreme, the center of tourism in Cappadocia region. It takes an hour by land […]Read more "Göreme and The Red & Rose Valley, Cappadocia,Turkey"
Perched atop of the third hill of Istanbul seven hills, providing that one of a kind visual on the city skyline, is the impressive Ottoman imperial mosque , Süleymaniye Mosque. Considered as one of the grandest mosque in Istanbul, built in 16th century, commissioned by Suleiman the Magnificent and designed by imperial architect Mimar Sinan, […]Read more "Süleymaniye Mosque and Grand Bazaar, Istanbul, Turkey"
Built between 1466 and 1478 by the Ottoman Sultan Mehmet II, on top of a hill of a small peninsula surrounded by the Sea of Marmara, Golden Horn and Bosphorus strait, the colorful and enormous Topkapı Palace is another historically important site at the Old town, a district that is most visited in Istanbul. Comprising […]Read more "Topkapı Palace and The Blue Mosque, Sultanahmet Square, Istanbul, Turkey"
It has always been a personal goal to travel to Istanbul. There are no lack of informations, incredible photos and amazing experiences written online about this magnificent transcontinental city that can made any avid traveler to start saving money, on the hope that one day they find themselves at Atatürk Airport . From the delicious […]Read more "Hagia Sophia, Sultanahmet Square, Istanbul, Turkey"
Melbourne is synonymous with street art. The dedicated alleyways populated with murals, stickers, posters, is perhaps what puts the cool factor in the city. Ask anyone who visited Melbourne, high chance that they never went to the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria or St. Kilda Pier, but it is almost impossible that they never went to […]Read more "Street Art of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia"
A short ferry ride from Circular Quay or a bus ride from Bondi will lead you to one of Sydney most beautiful and peaceful neighborhood, the Watsons Bay. A contrast to the popular Bondi Beach, here, life is slower and calmer, even a few hours visit does bring that sense of relaxation. The truth is […]Read more "Watsons Bay and Manly Beach, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia"
Monastiraki and Plaka, two of Athens’ well-known neighbourhood are both great places to pass the time, to mingle with fellow tourists and Athenians. With a distinctive vibe from each other, both are easily reachable by foot from either Athens oldest metro station, Monastiraki or from Syntagma Square via the shopping district of Ermou Street. A […]Read more "The Neighborhood of Monastiraki & Plaka, Athens, Greece"
There are numerous ways to see at least a portion of more than two thousand pagodas of Bagan; you can either go via an expensive hot air balloon, an air-conditioned rented car, the classic horse-drawn carriage, the popular electric scooter or what they commonly called as an e-bike, but nothing says adventure than pedal power. […]Read more "Bicycle and Temples, Bagan, Myanmar"