Think she's already popular enough, so just some words ;)
She was born in 1974 in Ottawa, Canada, and got more and more popular....
Here's her new song "Guardian":
A boat ride at Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul is one of the to-do-list for most tourists. It's a 32 km (20-mile)-long strait which joins the Sea of Marmara to the south with the Black Sea to the north of Istanbul. You can see Europe and Asia on this ride.
Interesting part is to see Fishermen on Galata Bridge from where the cruise or boat ride starts.
"Hello, where are you from? Is that your son? Yes please? You are my friend so I give you good price"
Net terug van vakantie.
De vakantieliedjes dreunen nog na in mijn hoofd (vooral die vreselijke song die begint met "mossa, mossa, à single ser tomata" of zoiets.....)
Dit jaar besloten om de vouwwagen een keertje rust te gunnen.
In plaats daarvan kozen we voor 2 weken Turkije: 1 week rondreis Cappadocië en daarna 1 week bijkomen in een all-inclusive hotel aan de Middellandse Zee.
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Day 57 - 58 (Aug 14 - 15)
Even before getting to Ephesus, we were "ruined out" from seeing too many ancient ruins, which most of the time, constituted just a bunch of rocks, rubble, and broken columns in "restored" state. However, all of the guidebooks and websites claim that Ephesus is a must-see destination in Turkey, so we decided to make it a stopover point as we worked our way back to Istanbul.
After spending our fair share of time on the coast in Greece, we decided to head straight to inland Turkey. Our first stop was Pamukkale.
In Pamukkale there is a huge calcium deposit along the mountain that has many naturally formed terraces with spring water running through them.
But of course, where there is a natural wonder in the world, us humans tend to ruin it whether we mean to or not.
Turkey is a hot place. I know that will annoy some people back home in Melbourne huddled around their trash can fires, with winter slowly eeking away at them. But its not 'yay its warm lets embrace the day and wear short dresses' kind of hot. Its more of a 'I don't care that you, a stranger, is sweating on me as long as it is cooler than my own sweat' kind of hot.
Whilst I was in Olympos, recovering from my Turkey sailing adventure, I decided on a whim to follow a fellow traveler to Pamukkale. I went mainly because the idea of hanging around in Olympos, or being bored in Antalya, didn’t really appeal. So, I was willing to risk potential disappointment over the state of the famous travertines for the sake of seeing something else in Turkey.
I don’t want to sound like I am bragging about myself. But I am someone who has a rare eye to distinguish uniqueness. I have a very selective eye to capture one of a kind among the crowd, in the clutter. And I always believed some people are born with that intuition. I look at things differently and I see things differently.
Although we spent only half a day in Antalya itself, it is the place I’d like to visit again. I mean, judge it for yourself, pretty awesome if you ask me. After taking this photo we made our way to a restaurant that seats on the cliff right above the beach. I must say that I enjoyed the view down below while sipping some beer and eating shishkabubs.
Well, it's been nearly two years since our last Turkish holiday, and, at long last, we've finally managed to see some new places in this country! We arrived back in Istanbul yesterday evening after a week away from home. On our travels we explored Eceabat, Çanakkale, Truva (Troy) and Bozcaada (Bozca Island)- you can see the region we visited on the map below, with three of the locations labelled.
Edirne is one of the most western cities in Turkey - if you have a high enough of a vantage point you can see both Greece and Bulgaria. It is famous for hosting Kırkpınar which translates into Forty Springs but really it is an intriguing Turkish event because it is an olive-oil wrestling tournament. Oh yes - the wrestlers cover their bodies in olive oil and then wrestle each other.
Selimiye is a mosque in Edirne erected by Mimar Sinan. Mimar Sinan, who was 80 years old according to some books and 90 according to others, said that this was "my best creation."
Selimiye is a mosque in Edirne erected by Mimar Sinan. Mimar Sinan, who was 80 years old according to some books and 90 according to others, said that this was "my best creation." Therefore, Selimiye is important as an example of both Mimar Sinan's work and as a masterpiece of Ottoman architecture.
After a small Aegean Tour, I'm back to my hometown, Edirne. It is always good to have dinners and drinks with old high schools friends when I am here. This was one of these days that we drank, talked and laughed a lot with the beautiful Meriç River view of the city.
This black dress is one of my favorite cloth.