I have been to many beach cities, but Fethiye stole my heart like no other. Fethiye is a port city and district on Turkey’s southwestern Turquoise Coast. It’s known for its natural harbor, blue waters and numerous rock tombs. And today, I will tell you what makes Fethiye so special and the best way to explore it, especially if you have a limited time of barely two days.
I recently visited Trabzon, Turkey and today I have outlined an essential Trabzon Bucket List to be shared with all the travel enthusiasts.
Trabzon is located in the north eastern region of Turkey beside the Black Sea. It is a beautiful region that takes you to yet another level of quiet and calm…much different from the hustle bustle of Istanbul or Ankara. The weather is quite pleasant with rain clouds welcoming you.
Today, I will talk about Cappadocia – a natural wonder in the Central Anatolian region of Turkey covering the provinces of Aksaray, Nevsehir, Nigde, Kayseri and Kirsehir. Cappadocia means the ‘Land of Horses’ and the region is best known for its quiet, serene and soothing aura. You can call it either Cappadocia (cap-a-doshia) or Kapadokya, both are correct.
After a lot of thinking, I decided that the best way to share my experience would be to put down a bucket list for Cappadocia for all travel buddies, highlighting what all can you expect from this unique region of underground cities, cave churches, houses and natural rock formations.
Last year I took a quick trip to Bhurban with my family. Bhurban is a small town and hill station in the Punjab province located at a height of about 6,000 feet. We didn’t have time to go for a grand tour, but we desperately needed a little expedition for a breather.
A visit to Thailand is a must for all travel buddies. It is by far one of the most economical and adventurous travel destinations of the world both for younglings as well as the senior lot. I have visited Thailand a few times over the course of years and I believe all my trips have been quite enjoyable. Today, I’ll share some of the highlights of my Thai trips.
It was my first visit to Malaysia and two things that I vividly remember till this day about this country is the cleanliness I witnessed in every corner I visited and secondly how vital it was for the natives to be punctual at all times. We were young, stupid, of course excited and being Pakistanis time was least of our concerns, but our guide was quite harsh about it. So strict that he would actually leave us and go on with the day’s tour plan. We, therefore, had to take his word seriously.