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The Grand Bazaar – Shopping Mecca || Istanbul, Turkey Destination Highlight

We have seen it in movies and shows on TV…it’s all over the internet too. But until you actually step foot into the old bazaar, it doesn’t seem like it can actually be true. It began being built in 1455 and completion was finally in 1730, the Grand Bazaar or Kapalıçarşı. in...

Ourika Valley & the Atlas Mountains | Guest Review

DayTrips – we offer them through out Morocco and soon, the Philippines. In May, Lani & Noah, spent part of the honeymoon in Marrakech and did a Follow Your Heart DayTrip out of Marrakech to the Ourika Valley & Atlas Mountains. Here is Lani’s account of their...

Strolling through Norcia, Umbria || Italy Destination Highlight

This is my first intentional attempt to short stories along with my photos…mostly photos, of course. Follow me to Norcia, Umbria, Italy… As we stepped out of the vehicle, the crisp autumn air fully welcomed us and the anticipation of all we were told of Norcia continued to grow....

The House of Mary – Turkey || Destination Highlight

The house of Mary. The house where the virgin is said to have lived in her later years after Jesus was born. The grounds are beautiful, and the house is very humble yet serene. Along with the home of Mary, there are fountains of “Holy water”, as well as places to write prayers...

Burano – the colorful island in the Venice Lagoon || Destination Review

There’s something about Burano that is so surreal…why, it must be the houses. the fact that they are all different vibrant colours. as i quote from WIKIPEDIA: “Burano is also known for its small, brightly-painted houses, popular with artists. The colours of the houses follow a...

Doors of Umbria || Little Things I Love About

  The Doors of Umbria. I first laid my eyes on them back in 2010 and have since found more and photographed more of them to add to my collection. They are layered with character and detail. It always makes me wonder who lives behind these doors. What these doors have seen...

Moroccan Mint Tea || Morocco Real Travel Experience

I had knows some of this “moroccan mint tea” before I first visited Morocco. But not enough to truly value it like I do now. Some history: Maghrebi mint tea (or in Berber: Atay), also known as Moroccan, Bedouin, Algerian, Tunisian, or Libyan mint tea, is a green tea...

Follow Your Heart is going to Cuba! || Cuba Travel Experience

Ah, Cuba. It has stepped into the travel spotlight in the last few months. Now that it’s opening up for tourism like never before, Cuba has so much to offer the world. Discovery Channel has these 10 amazing things to say about this country: 10) Cuba is often called El...

Turkey – Always a rich Travel Experience! || Destination Highlights

Turkey has been in the news headlines lately – and for all the wrong reasons, in my opinion. As a frequent traveler to Turkey, not once have I felt unsafe. Whether in Istanbul, Ankara, Cappadocia or a rural village. Turks are some of the warmest and most beautiful people I...

This Friday’s Feature on The Travelers’ Stories

This week our Traveler Story comes from A.S. on Instagram: I found your Instagram after returning from Turkey this past December…I looked for instagram accounts that feature Turkey because I missed it so much. This is a picture of our 9 year old, taken near Cappadocia. We...
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