Tags archives: Turkey

  • People of Turkey

  • This post is completly dedicated to the people I met in Turkey (in a way or another): from the children that jumped on the tram and sold flower crowns, to the bystanders, from the musicians to the dancers (special thanks to my friend Tanya Gutova!), until a old man who sold electronic games and show [...]
  • Rome is in rhyme with Home

  • Before our coming back home, to Rome, we took some shots in Istanbul, in the restaurant and near the Milion, the starting point of the great Roman road, Via Egnetia, that leads to european cities.   Rome is in rhyme with home Istanbul, the Milion Istanbul, the Milion Istanbul, the Milion Istanb [...]
  • Sundays

  • Sunday means “Jumping Session” too! These shots have been taken by Juicy, while in Bergama ? I was very tired and it was very hot day ? Have a great sunday ? Sundays, jumping session Sundays, jumping session Sundays, jumping session Sundays, jumping session   12 holiday feast mist [...]
  • The longed Hagia Sophia

  • Our last day in Istanbul was dedicated to this Basilica, Hagia Sophia – in turkish Ayasofya -, with a troubled past. This Basilica was born as a former Greek Orthodox church, then became an imperial mosque, until now that is a museum. It is considered the third church built in this place and [...]
  • Where you lead, I will follow

  • This post was born from a so nice idea I read, time ago. I do not pretend that my photos or the video are as beautiful as those of Murad Osmann, but I loved to take these moments with Juicy in Turkey. So, this is the video and…that’ s all!   Where you lead, I will follow -Istanbul W [...]
  • From Gran Bazaar to İstiklal Caddesi

  • Our last days in Istanbul have been spent through the Gran Bazaar, where we bought so many souvenirs that we had serious difficulty with the bags… then we went to visit İstiklal Caddesi, in Taksim Square. During our frequent breaks, I tasted all my favorite drinks for this summer: the ayran an [...]
  • Bandırma on sunset

  • We arrived to Bandırma, a commercial city on the Sea of Marmara that connects with İstanbul, via ferry. We had a long walk through its center, full of shops and restaurant, the new bridge, and toward the lighthouse then we had a delicious dinner in İnegöl Et Lokantası Restaurant.   Siamo arriva [...]
  • Aqua Fantasy Day Off

  • When you are a child inside even if your almost 40’s springs, for sure you deserve a day off in Aqua Fantasy. We had a great time expecially because the weather so hot to visit any place! For videos, check this and this one ? (with the exception of when I say “Fu##” into the Black [...]
  • Sundays

  • Happy sunday everyone! Istanbul, Galata Bridge Istanbul, Galata Bridge Topkapi Palace Topkapi Palace Even though he was named the starter, Jefferson has been a turnover machine throughout his tenure at LSU and Lee not exactly a walking clean sheet either should be more efficient. With Darren T [...]
  • Selçuk

  • Selçuk is 2 kilometres northeast of the ancient city of Ephesus. Before our visit, we arrived in this city and visited the Grand Fortress and the legendary Grotto of the Seven Sleepers  of Ephesus. Someone tells that was a group of Christian youths who hid inside this cave, to escape a persecution o [...]
  • Hierapolis

  • Paying the ticket to Pamukkale, is included the entry to Hierapolis (that means “Holy City”). Hierapolis, built on the hot springs of Pamukkale, have been known as a spa since in the past centuries and was an ancient city where today you visit the Theater – probably constructed und [...]
  • Pamukkale, a piece of heaven

  • How can I describe you this place so stunning, breathless, wonderful and unique in the world? I can’t. You have to see it! (in this way too!) I spent here one of the most memorable days in my life, so to think “this is a piece of paradise”. Pamukkale (in turkish) means “cotto [...]