Pamukkale is located in Turkey, near the town Denizli and absolutely fascinating! I’ve been there a few weeks ago and if you ever have the chance to visit the place don’t hesitate to go! It’s absolutely worth it! For more information about Pamukkale click here.
June 28th & 29th: We didn’t really do much on the 28th of June. Woke up late, had a nice breakfast with the delicious Turkish bread, tomatoes and eggs and headed for Ladies Beach. In the afternoon Marleen treated me to a nice session in the Hamam where we both got a 20 minute oil … Continue reading
June 25th: Lets walk to Asia! The last two days we saw most of the old city of istanbul, so today we decided to walk over the bridge to the Asian part. Here we could see the Galata Tower, Taksim Square and much more. From our side of the Bosporus you could already see the … Continue reading
June 24th: We began the day writing and posting some postcards, after which we went sightseeing! No breakfast in the park this time, a delicious breakfast at our hotel with Turkish bread and eggs! A nice change! At noon we had seen the Hagia Sophia and waited to enter the Blue Mosque. They were praying … Continue reading
June 23rd: We arrived with a small delay a little before noon in Istanbul. We were hungry and decided to grab a Turkish pizza with Helle at one of the many restaurants located around the station. We picked the first one we saw and sat down for a very delicious lunch with Turkish tea as … Continue reading
June 21st: Our last day in Budapest, but we have till 9 pm to further explore the city. After a quick visit to the Central Market Hall, we walked to the House of Terror, the former headquarters of the nazi and communist governments in Budapest. Impressive, depressing and interesting. The films they showed us there … Continue reading
Only a few hours to go till my alarm clock will wake me up. At 5 am exactly, way to early, but honestly I can’t wait. I’m already packed and managed to get all my stuff in a 40 L backpack :) That was not easy! I guess the return journey will be even more … Continue reading