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The Wine Village of Sirince || Turkey Destination Highlight

In countries where wine is made, there is always a place that is called “wine country”. Turkey has one, off the Aegean coast, outside of Kusadasi. Sirince (prounounced, sheh-ringe-eh) is a small village of about 600 in population. The name used to be Cirkince which meant “ugly”,...

Follow Your Heart to Turkey by Tanya || Guest Review

I value my guests feedback about our Travel Experiences. It always gives me a chance to reflect on the trip with their suggestions, their feedback and their love for the trip. Tanya was no different – well she was actually – she was also my roommate through our last...

Chefchaouen’s Souk || Morocco Destination Highlight

One of the things I notice when I travel is that the best way to REALLY get the feel of a place is to visit their local market. It is here that you will see the locals, see the produce they are selling and see how real life is among the place you are in. It was no different...

How I pack for 12 days with just a carry-on || Travel Tips

I never in a million years thought I could travel for 12+ days with a simple carry-on bag. What if I forgot something? What if I needed this? Or that? No, I couldn’t do it, I thought. With traveling becoming more a part of my lifestyle for business and pleasure, I decided it was...

Yuksel Carpets / Hereke Carpet Weavers Association – Cappadocia || Turkey Destination Highlight

I had the pleasure meeting Neco (prounounced Nay-Jo) 2 trips ago bringing some of my guests to Turkey. Neco has been in the carpet making business for over 25 years. He started as a young boy and into his young adulthood continued and today is one of the most well-known in his...

MISIR ÇARŞISI – The Spice Bazaar in Istanbul || Turkey Destination Highlight

A must-see is definitely the Egyptian Spice Bazaar in the Old City of Istanbul. Yes there is the Grand Bazaar that I also say visit to say you visit, but I personally prefer the Spice Bazaar for actual shopping purposes – it’s where the locals shop and have shopped since it...

The Stunning RIAD SALEM in Fes || Morocco Destination Highlight

Nothing could have prepared me for what I saw when we entered Riad Salam in Fes. As we walked down the narrow streets of the medina, the exteriors, as per Moroccan custom, were plain, with no indication of what was inside. Once in a while a nice door, but for the most part,...

Am Woman, Will Travel – Traveling Safely On Your Own || Travel Tips

 At Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco I do most of my travels alone. Whether it is to remote places in the Philippines, to trapsing across the globe to places like Turkey, Morocco, Italy, London, and so on, there are certain things I consciously do to make sure i’m safe as...

Darechchaouen Maison d’Hotes – Chefchaouen || Morocco Destination Highlight

One of the hotels we stayed in while in Morocco was in Chefchaouen on the hillside looking towards the old medina. Darechchaouen Maison d’Hotes is an absolutely splendid hotel that oozes with quaintness and character. You can see as you walk into the Reception Lobby the awards...

Best Friends in Chefchaouen || Morocco Travel Experience

We were walking thru the old medina in Chefchaouen, totally taken with all the blue and all the colors. Suddenly one of my guests, JP, motioned for me to look down. OH. MY. WORD. so much cuteness! <3 ————- For more info on this years great Travel...
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