A while ago, I did an interview on Kacheetee.com about travel and one of the questions for the interview was “What destination would you recommend for travellers?” and right off the top of my head, Istanbul was it.
I don’t know about you but I love me a good view. Whether it’s natural or man made, I always like the opportunity to ravel at the wonders of both God and Man.
“Let’s go to Thailand!” my sister said to me one evening. “Err why Thailand of all places?” was the question that ran through my head when she made that statement.
The thing is, I’m really not the adventurous type and I also hadn’t travelled to Asia before so I was a bit apprehensive and skeptical of travelling to Thailand in my black skin.
Thinking of visiting Istanbul and have no clue on how to go about it? Not To worry! The Istanbul tourist pass has got you covered.
I came across the tourist pass when
I remember my Mother’s words loud and clear whenever she made the statement “Don’t talk to strangers!”. She would emphasize afterwards on how children are being enticed by potential ritualists with sweets and all sorts of junk food that would grab a child’s
This post may come as a surprise to you but it is true. As much as I’m always eager to get on the road there are some parts I wholesomely dread!!! I know travelling is fun and I’m suppose to love every part of it but I wish I could skip these parts. Oh well! you know what they say, No pain, No gain!
I’m not a romantic person. I wouldn’t be caught dead reading a Mills and Boons like most of my peers read as teenagers. I remember being in boarding and watching how girls discussed a particular Mills and Boons novel. The book probably torn and stained with oil, the cover and first page off because it has been passed from hand to hand.
Ever been to any city and notice a particular feature everywhere you turn? Let’s face it, the answer to that question will be all cities. Though I haven’t been to every city on every continent, I would expect certain features in certain cities based on their reputation.
I didn’t know what to expect when I decided to visit Istanbul. Being a history junkie, I knew I would drool seeing all the ancient sites and ruins the city is famous for and that was about it. No other expectation! In fact, I was afraid. Yes
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