People in Turkey are friendly, passionate and full of fun. I think everybody will enjoy the hospitality of Turkish people along with the amazing food.

istanbul sofia
Turkish Kebab

and the amazing sweets:)

and turkish tea

bear bear drinking turkish tea

And I got free coffee when I passed by a restaurant

and enjoy the nightlife at Istanbul

istanbul at night

And….Turkish kids kept followed me around and said they LOVED me 🙂

turkish kids
edgymix with Turkish kids

Checked out the earrings I bought in Turkey:)

Turkish Earrings

and the beautiful scarf women are wearing

Turkish scraf

Turkish women along the beach

turkish women
turkish houses

And I did tried the Turkish bath:)

Turkish bath place

Enjoyed Belly dancing at my hostel-will this be the next inspiration for famous fashion designer?!

turkish belly dancing

And check this out:)..My bear bear

bear bear at istanbul

Hope you guys enjoy the post:)

at istanbul


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  1. I Love those earrings! Also the water is so beautiful!! Reminds me of the carribean… and i love the colorful houses too! It’s just like portugal!!! 🙂 I need to go there!

    • Yea Lauren, you will definitely love Turkey because of the sea, the food and the people. Let me know when you will be going and I can give yo some advise:)

  2. Great post! I miss Turkey, especially the tea!

    • lol…the tea was drank by the bear….j/k. yea, tea and coffee and FOOD are all amazing in Turkey:)

  3. Cool, that looks very fun! Amazing place, now I want to go there! 🙂

    • Hey Francesca,

      yea, you should. I plan to go there again too since Turkey is SOOOOOO big:). I still want to see more or just relax at the beach:).Also, there care tons of cheap accessories to buy. I am sure you will LOVE it:)

  4. I love Turkey, so want to go back there and explore more! Such a colorful and vibrant place.

    • Hey Sofia,

      Yea, I would love to visit Turkey again too. There’s so much to explore still:) And you site got so many information. Let me check it out now:)

  5. Awesome post & blog! I plan on studying abroad in Turkey! Do you have any tips or suggestions?! 🙂

    • Hey. Which part of Turkey you plan on going? If Istanbul, it’s easy and safe. When I went there, I do not even have a plan or read any guide book!!! I just went there and followed people around:P That’ my travel pattern!!! Cus I hate following those tourist trap:P My funniest stories in Turkey was when I arrive first day in Istanbul, I met a bunch of people and we went partying till 4am in the morning. Then all of a sudden people asked me where I am staying..and I was like-“damn, i didn’t know!!!”. So, they took me to whatever hostel nearby and luckily I can checked my email online and found my hostel!!!;PP It was crazy….BUT FUN:)


      • Yes Istanbul! That is a good idea to just make friends with the locals because they know their city best! haha, that’s a funny story but glad things worked out! Thanks for the reply!

        • You are welcome…let me know when you will go to Turkey and I will come and visit you:P

  6. Good topic. I needs to spend some time studying more or understanding more. Thanks for great info I used to be on the lookout for this info for my mission.

  7. Really beautiful images! I love the one with the kids and you in the middle. Seems like you can do so much different things there:)
    xx chris

  8. checking out your older posts here… did you go anywhere outside of Istanbul? ps, love the pic you took of the women’s scarves!
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    • I went a little bit further away from istanbul for a day trip…to the seaside:)..I need to explore more about turkey later:)

  9. the image of “the beautiful scarf women are wearing” is very Excellent. please put a lot of subject about this again on your web.
    thank a lot