If you’ve never been to Slovenia than you’re missing out. Most people I’ve talked to have never even heard of the place and that was a blessing. It’s got a […]
Ramadan or Ramazan, in Turkish, is by far the most famous of the Muslim holidays and definitely the longest. The muslim calendar is lunar and is about 11 days shorter […]
Hagia Sofia or Ayasofya is probably the must see historical site in Istanbul; a city that’s full of them.
Sorry if you think writing about a current events situation two weeks after the fact is too much of a delay, but I was on vacation (thanks, Mom!) and am […]
!f Istanbul 2015, Istanbul’s premier independent film festival, wrapped up recently at Nu Pera in Beyoğlu. It wasn’t like you would expect, if the only film award ceremonies you’ve seen […]
It’s been a few months since I’ve updated on here and am trying to do it more regularly so I can get into the habit more. Not much had gone […]
I recently went to Eskisehir, (forgive my American keyboard) which is a city in Western Anatolia about two hundred miles southeast of Istanbul. Despite Anatolia being known more as a […]
I will be the first person to admit that my Turkish sucks. Besides looking like something out of an Iranian propaganda cartoon, I probably sound like a Middle Eastern version of […]
Welcome! Thanks for reading, it’s been a long time coming but I’ve finally found time to get this little blog off the ground.