For the past two and a half weeks I've been sitting pretty in the most beautiful part of Turkey. When planning this trip I had the first two weeks set out with B and K joining me and then I was flying solo. Short in money but still wanting to stay in Turkey I looked … Continue reading My Workaway Experience.
With the end date of my time in Turkey approaching quicker than I'd like to, I've been forcing myself off my sun bed and into some more clothes than just a bikini to explore a bit more of the area. One of the highlights along the Lycian way is Butterfly Valley. Situated below Faralya, the … Continue reading Boating To Butterfly Valley.
Alright, if you read my posts a bit (and ginormous thank you if you do!) then you will know that I'm a little bit of a Pinterest lover. I do get a lot of my travel inspiration and ideas from there and it is also the sole reason why I have such high expectations of … Continue reading The Blue Lagoon – Not Quite What I Expected.
If theres one thing I like to do when travelling, its finding the biggest, most popular, adventure touristy thing to do while in a new place. In Tromsø it reindeer sleighing, in Cappadocia it was hot air ballooning and now in Ölüdeniz, it's paragliding. Ölüdeniz is famous for its Father Mountain (Babadag) where people from … Continue reading Paragliding in Ölüdeniz.
Just to catch up on the past week (which I will write more in depth about later), I have been residing in the hidden but glorious part of Turkey, known as Kabak Valley. Because I thought two weeks wasn't long enough to spend in this fascinating country, and I wanted to get my moneys worth … Continue reading Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls.. Because you will get lost.
So far my trip through Turkey had been a whirlwind of travelling, tourist attraction visiting and doing copious amounts of eating. So as K and I headed south towards the coast, I was keen for a few days of being a lazy ass and slothing it out on the beach. We arrived into Bodrum around … Continue reading Boatin’ and Beachin’ in Bodrum
Much like Gallipoli, the Ottoman Empire and Turkey in general, I was a little uneducated in the history of this wonderful little country. While I know I should have probably done a little bit more research than just looking at pictures on Google, the entire trip has been full of little surprises and facts that … Continue reading The Ancient City of Ephesus