Eşérefoğlu Mosque in Beyşehir, Turkey || Destination Highlights

Constructed in the 13th century, this tentative UNESCO World Heritage site, includes all the main elements of early Anatolian Turkish architecture. The building is the biggest, best preserved wooden columned and roofed mosque in Islamic World. Before we entered, there were local...

Follow Your Heart Travel Experience to Turkey by Cesar || Guest Review

I have known Cesar for MANY years…we have attended the same church for many years. He and his sweet wife, Girlie, have talked about joining me on one of our Turkey Travel Experiences before but it didn’t work out. This June they came along and was it a super fun time...

How to make a Travel Fund…and actually save $ for it! || Travel Tips

(Chefchaouen, Morocco) We all have great intentions when it comes to wanting to save $$ for something…including crossing out destinations we want to visit on our Travel Bucketlist! I’m no brainiac..but I have done some reading, some trying and have come up and...

Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs – Dades Valley, Morocco || Destination Highlights

Between Ouarzazate and Boulmane du Dadès in the High Atlas Mountains lies the Dadès Valley which covers 125 km of Morocco. It’s truly surreal to see when you come out of desert and suddenly see the plush greenery that the river and gorges has lined with. Known as “the...

UNESCO World Heritage City – Safranbolu || Turkey Travel Experience

The beautiful town of Safranbolu, in North Central Turkey, is so very quaint and it’s as though you have walked back in history. There is the more modern city not far from it, but Safranbolu has been claimed as a UNESCO World Heritage City. Its Ottoman homes are in amazing...

Follow Your Heart to Turkey by Preeti || Guest Review

Preeti was invited to our Follow Your Heart Travel Experience to Turkey by our mutual friend Sherin. She also came the farthest – Australia! 🙂 Her quiet demeanour, gentle smile and relaxed yet fun personality made her an absolute treat to have on our trip! “Got back...

Bergama Doors – Turkey Travel || Little Things I Love About

  Doors.  Since I started my travel photography in 2008, doors have been something that are a personal project to photograph. Some like windows, some like pilars, some like doors. I’m a doors girl. 😉 WHEREVER I go, I look for doors to add to my “collection”. (Yes a coffee...

Photogear I pack when I travel || Photography Travel Tips

Add the charge cords that come with the above, plus my iPhone that shot this photo and that’s it. 🙂 Unless I’m shooting an assignment, This is my go-to gear I always take: Macbook pro with WD Elements HD Canon 5DM2 with 24-70L 2.8 lens (although I”m currently saving for a...

Walking through the Galata District – Istanbul || Turkey Real Travel Experience

Istanbul. What an INCREDIBLE city. I have spent a considerable amount of time there, although it’s never enough. With 4 trips there in the last 4 years, I have many places still on my list to discover in Istanbul. But one place that never disappoints is the Galata District....

Follow Your Heart to Turkey by Shyamala || Guest Review

I had first met Shyamala via email, her inquiring about an upcoming Turkey Travel Experience I had planned. We then met at a Starbucks with a number of others interested, but it was evident she was the spear head of this meeting. Being a firstborn myself, I already liked her. 🙂...