Monthly Archives: June 2014

Turkey – Antalya to Gallipoli, April 2014

The western Turkish Coast was part of the Ancient Greek and Roman empires, and therefore, many historic sites that are thought of as Greek are actually in Turkey. Myra, the birthplace of Saint Nicholas was the first place that we … Continue reading

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Turkey – Ankara to Antalya, April 2014

We drove 6 hours from Istanbul up to the Anatolian Plateau and the capital city of Ankara. Our main purpose here was to see the Ataturk Mausoleum. This museum was dedicated to presenting the founder of modern turkey in a … Continue reading

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Turkey – Istanbul April 2014

Turkey – land belonging to the Turks – a melting pot of history, religion, invasion, earthquakes, volcanoes, offers the traveller a diverse experience like few other places in the world.  Nestled in the top right corner of the Mediterranean basin, … Continue reading

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