Monochrome Monday: The Pilgrims

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Rumeli Feneri, Another Hidden Treasure of Istanbul

What I like the most from living in Istanbul is I never get enough to discover new places. No matter how exhausted I was when I found myself getting lost (again) in the… Continue reading

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Postcards From German’s Country Side

Germany has a ton of destinations. The country is large and there are so many places i would love to visit. Nonetheless, due to limited times, I could only visit four cities during… Continue reading

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Jemaa El Fna, The Heartbeat of Marrakesh

“Why did you choose Marrakesh for your last visit?” Leila, my compartment mate in my train journey from Tangier to Marrakesh asked me. “I just save the best for last,” I answered shortly.… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: Tunnel

Life is not always about sunshine and unicorn. It is also not always about living in the darkness. As my professor said, “you will see the light at the end of the tunnel”.… Continue reading

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Mardin: Witnessing Mesopotamia

Call me an old soul. I even sometimes think that I was probably born in the wrong era. There are some particular period of time that I wish I could have experienced. I… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: Masterpiece

“It seems to me is what you are….A rare and priceless work of art” – Madonna

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Witnessing Cape Town From The Top of Table Mountain

Second day in Cape Town. Finally, the weather was awesome. Sun shone brightly, a bit windy but not too much. Sari and I finished our breakfast, then we headed straightly to the hop… Continue reading

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On the Train, in Morocco

I love to travel by train. If I have been given a choice to choose of transportation mode, I would be glad to say loudly, “train”, as long as I had the time… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: Bridge

There’s quote that I love from Mehmet Murat ildan, a Turkish novelist and thinker. He said, “You have to cross many bridges and you have to walk many paths in your life! But… Continue reading

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Cologne and Bonn in One Glance

Four days in Paris were not enough. I wished to stay longer, but at the other hand, my friend T (not her real name, since she did not want if I unfold her… Continue reading

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Tangier, The Europe of Morocco

I headed to Tangier after staying for three days in Meknes. My purpose to visit Tangier was more less because this city is located at the most northern part of Morocco, and shared… Continue reading

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Sunset From All Over The World

In term of taking pictures, I am not a morning person. I always thought that carrying my camera, right after I woke, is not the right time for me to perpetuate the beauty… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: Paths I Have Taken

We often heard hearing people said, “Oh. You’re so lucky. Your life is perfect and you have nothing to worry”.  This statement reminds me of the quote “the grass is always greener on… Continue reading

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Lake Kivu, It Was My Favorite Place

Lake Kivu. One of my favorite places during my three years living in Bukavu. Due to its location that surrounds most of part of Bukavu, I would always be able to see its… Continue reading

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Balige, Where I’d Rather Be (With My Best Friends)

Speaking about best friends, I confess that I have three very closed friends that I’ve been known since the very first days I stepped my feet at my university. Along with these three… Continue reading

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Vangölü Express Took Me Enjoying Visual Feast of Turkey

Winter almost comes to an end as I could feel the spring is in the air. Winter break holiday was over for two weeks now, but I still remember clearly the short trip… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: Anonymous Face

When it comes to human, I often found myself avoiding the portrait or faced-direct shot on the human’s face. It’s probably caused for many reasons. First of all, I would like to keep… Continue reading

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Volubilis Takes Me A Step Back in Time

My second day in Meknes, I visited Volubilis, one of Roman ruins in Morocco. Due to its location located 35 km out of Meknes city, I was not be able to travel there… Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday: Flying Above the City

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