Time to go. China… here I come

29 June 2012 China 2 comments

Avatar Mountain - China

After a month spent more or less home, with a few trips around the country, it is obviously, time to go somewhere … and my new destination is People’s Republic of China, the country which amazes any seasoned economist, but also any traveler. Obviously, being such a huge country, it is extremely varied – from frozen deserts to semi-tropical jungle, from Central Asian-type of culture to Tibet, from super-modern cities to rural backwaters… And as I love variety of experiences in my travels, I am looking forward for a multitude of experiences.

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Photo Story: Hvar, Croatia

Sights of Croatia: Old town of Hvar

It is one of the sunniest towns of Croatia and of Europe. But, on top, it has a wonderful old city, one of the those perfectly preserved historical towns of the Croatia’s Dalmatic Coast. It has nice beaches (unfortunately, no sand) and some nudist island getaways if you hate clothes. Ladies and gentlemen, this week’s photo story is from the wonderful town of Hvar !

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Tamil Nadu. The Coloured World of the Tamil Temples

Madurai Temple in India

Elephants in temples and cows on the streets, colourful and faithful barefoot Gods, spicy , but vegetarian food, impeccable roads and something I had never thought I would ever see in India – cleanliness in the streets … Welcome to Tamil Nadu!

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Anil Polat of Foxnomad, “a Nerdy Guy who Loves to Travel”

26 June 2012 interview 5 comments

Anil Polat smoking nargile

Few months ago, I asked my old friend, Dr. Google about the most fascinating country I ever stepped into – North Korea… and after few pages, it landed me on the page of a travel blog with a strange name Foxnomad. The guy wrote a small guide to visit North Korea and I felt the need to add my information… so, we started to have an online conversation… in meanwhile, I was browsing his blog. Which I found excellent with so many tips and information. Afterwards, I discovered the guy is not Australian, Canadian, American or British as most of the international bloggers, but Turk ! Wow – this was really cool… not only that Turks are some of the nicest peoples on earth (from my own experience), but because the guy broke the monopoly of native English writers, becoming one of the most read international travel blogger. So, this is why I asked for an interview…

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Photo Story: Lisbon, Portugal

Pics of Portugal: Praca do Comercio from baloon

I’ve been twice to Lisbon, the capital city of Portugal. Only twice, I would say, stressing on “only”… because it is such a beautiful city with a bohemian atmosphere with a pretty relaxed atmosphere (too relaxed would say IMF and World Bank) and a great party vibe. But, let’s have a photo-walk through this special city.

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