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We Are Different But We Are The Same – Notes From Lisbon

 I was in Lisbon ten days ago. There are so many things I’ve planned to write for a long time. Lisbon notes are one of them; however, all of the thoughts and ideas in my mind run away, when I sit down to write: Catch them in order to write!  I did not think about writing the title headline, ‘We are different but we are the same’ came spontaneously. Lisbon is one of the cities that look like old Istanbul.…

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MILAN ACCEPT STARBUCKS?

I was in Milan this weekend. Unquestionably, one of the cities I have been to most and traveled dozens of times in Europe over the years. This time I think the 20 degrees of temperature, with the advantage of bright air, is more active and energetic than ever. Maybe after the dark and miserable debates of Turkey’s agenda, it was motivating to hear the topics here. As Turks, we are tended to try, implement and adopt new changes and varieties…

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A Guide Of Madanno Di Campiglio for Families

I do not know when I read it, but there were some recommendation that I admired. It says that you should get 3 hobbies; one to make money, one to maintain your health, one to be happy. A wise approach and advice.  After Arda Ege was born, I decided to learn skiing, a decision I had been postponing for years. It’s one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. It’s a great sport which allows you to spend your time…

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Akyaka: Golden Tips From Four Families With Children

I was in Akyaka last week. We have been going to Bodrum for 4 years with 4 families. This year, we decided to go to Akyaka for 3 days before Bodrum. Vehicles were rented from Bodrum airport. Rooms are reserved in a small motel. Coves are visited, Akyaka-Akbük, one of the destinations defined as ‘the last untouched places’, is planned to be seen. The first photos are from Ayka Motel. A small, charming motel. The house-keeper, Mistress Esra, gave us…

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Sincere Travel Notes From a Trip To Budapest

As I begin each travel post, I go off to write emotional deposits and feelings that the city has left on my behalf; but then the concern for creating benefits for readers is outweighing. So, I think that suggestions and comments as a guide would be more beneficial and change the course of my posts. Maybe it would be wise to transfer my personal comments after the trip to the ASO’s Diary section. I suppose I have to think a…

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