Doges Palace Venice Italy

Destination Post, Europe

Top Three European Cities for Art and Culture

No Comments 25 July 2014

If you’re thinking of heading to Europe for some amazing art and cool culture, you might not quite know where to begin. Fear not, as here is a roundup of some of the best places to head to for a city break experiencing art and culture in Europe. Venice, Italy A perfect city to explore [...]

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maltese cross

Malta, Photo Documentaries

The Maltese Cross

5 Comments 18 April 2014

Easter will be celebrated in many parts of the world this weekend. I am finishing up the Rickshaw Run in India this weekend and will be celebrating for many reasons I hope. One of the main symbols of Easter is the cross, so I decided to highlight an unusual cross found in the country of [...]

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Adventure Travel, Featured, Travel Advice, Turkey

Hiking the Lycian Way FAQs

6 Comments 11 March 2014

All of your basic questions about walking the Lycian Way answered! And if you have more questions about hiking the Lycian Way that I didn’t cover – please leave it in the comments and I will add it to this list periodically. The Lycian Way is a 509 km (300 miles) , 25-day way-marked footpath [...]

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sunrise phaselis turkey

Adventure Travel, Turkey

Beginnings and Endings Lycian Way

11 Comments 07 March 2014

Endings are always so bittersweet. Two weeks ago when I began hiking the Lycian Way with Warren and Betsy in Kas, I was looking forward to simply getting through the hike. I had a long painful hiking transition to make ahead of me. But now, it was here – the last day – and I [...]

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Adventure Travel, Turkey

Taking the Less Traveled Low Road

6 Comments 06 March 2014

When it comes to travel, there’s a lot of talk about deciding between 2 roads. Robert Frost probably has the most famous commentary when it comes to deciding with road to take. However there’s also reference to the high and low road in this Scottish folk song Loch Lomand: “Oh! ye’ll take the high road [...]

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Adrasan Lycian Way Lighthouse

Adventure Travel, Featured, Turkey

War Games Along the Lycian Way

7 Comments 04 March 2014

As the light started to filter in through the tent I heard it. Chug, chug, chug, chug, chug, chug. The even puttering sound was soothing to wake up to, but when my mind woke up and remembered where I was – camping at a remote lighthouse in Turkey – I was immediately confused. I should [...]

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Adventure Travel, Turkey

Finding Hiking Zen Along the Lycian Way

4 Comments 27 February 2014

In every long distance hike you go through the normal ‘change’ progression of shock, denial, acceptance, commitment – as you stop fighting all of the changes and soreness that your body is going through and you adjust your view and attitude to the situation. And then it becomes fun. There is a lot of change [...]

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Beloren Ruins lycian way

Inside My Head, Solo, Solo Travel, Turkey

Unwanted Advances Along the Lycian Way

16 Comments 25 February 2014

I squinted my eyes and peered out onto the bush filled mountain searching for the trail. “Look, do you see it?” he said as he placed his hand on my knee. “The trail is right here.” Pointing across my body. I still couldn’t really see it but decided to fake it since it would bring [...]

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Sherry traveling the world

I'm Sherry, a corporate cube dweller turned nomadic traveler. I travel to off-the-beaten-path destinations to bring you unique travel experiences and photography. But it's not just about travel, it's also about life experiences of a middle age wanderer.
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