Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for the ‘TRAVEL’ Category

Bozcaada door01

Bozcaada door02

Bozcaada door03

Doors from Bozcaada (Tenedos), a small, wine maker Turkish island in Aegean Sea…

                                    ——————–

Bağlarla dolu, 2500 nüfuslu küçük adamızdan kapılar…

Read Full Post »

Alacati kapi01

Alacati kapi02

Read Full Post »

Edinburgh lamps01

Some street lamp photos from one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

                                         —————————-

Dünyanın en güzel şehirlerinden birinden birkaç sokak lâmbası fotoğrafı.

Read Full Post »

Aybige Kerim heading to sun01

Our three years stay in our little kingdom comes to an end and we are heading back to sun, turquoise blue Aegean and Mediterranean waters, fluffy street cats, variety of juicy and tasty fruits and vegetables, amazing smell of the bakeries, adventurous motorcycle rides and Mediterranean style slow living.

There is a long list of the things we won’t miss like rain, unbeatable British summers, health and safety craziness, tea with milk but we gonna miss our home, the pubs, antiques shops and markets, city foxes, first class football, film quality British dramas, the smell of the fireplaces in the middle of the city, Guinness, canal walks, small theatres, delicious Indian food, our friends in London and also in a very special little pub in Edinburgh.

But,

at the end,

the question still is:

What’s the meaning of Stoneheeeeeenge?

Read Full Post »

Scotland doors05

Scotland doors06

Scotland doors07

More Scotland doors here.

Read Full Post »

Calais01

Calais02

Since we came to London, for our Paris travels we were using EuroStar trains but today finally we experienced Dover-Calais ferries for crossing the channel for a short trip. The London-Dover train (2 hours) + Dover-Calais ferry (1,5 hour) system worked very well for us and the weather also was very helpful for having a little “air de France”.

Calais surprised us with its empty streets on a sunny Saturday. The 80’s music broadcast from the loudspeakers at the empty but christmas decorated Place d’Armes was little bit twilight zonish. The 55 metres high Calais Lighthouse visit accompanied by the lighthouse guide was the best part of the day. Climbing 271 steps of this lighthouse built in 1848, definitely worth.

At the end of the day, on the way back, we were the only ferry passengers without carrying huge bags full of beer cans, etc. and it was interesting to observe the amount of daily trade circulation/activity of people between two ports.

Calais03

Calais04

Read Full Post »

Water of Leith01

Water of Leith02

Water of Leith03

Water of Leith04

An oasis in the middle of Edinburgh. A beautiful walk way along the water under the trees. Peaceful, quite and just beautiful.

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »