I can't believe I haven't blogged in here for almost two months! Luckily blogging is not something of a short temperament for me, but rather something to take a break from-voluntarily or involuntarily.
I was caught up with so much work for the most part of November. Me and the other folks in the
Paragliding is probably one of the most touristic attractions in Turkey besides Istanbul and Cappadocia. The Mediterranean town called Oludeniz (which translates to "Dead Sea") is the most iconic destination for that. However, my one and only paragliding experience took place in another famous holi
Hello hello! I was away from Steemit for a week because of some strict deadlines. Also, it was the week of Halloween as you know. In fact, there is tremendous amount of celebrations in Cape Town when it comes to Halloween. One of them took place at Labia Theatre since binge-watching horror movies i
South Korea has a magical country side that often goes unnoticed by tourists. When I traveled to South Korea in October 2016, my aim was to visit the smaller towns and nature reserves after staying for a week in Seoul. After a week full of action in Seoul, my next destination was Sokcho, a small ci
There is nothing I like more than a spontaneous invite for a weekend getaway. One such invite came in last year in November when a friend of mine invited me to his brother's farm house in a town called Tulbagh. I never had heard about this name before.
Tulbagh is your typical small town in Western
Some friends from the Couchsurfing expat community are getting prepared for an amusing hike in December. The place is called Crystal Pools. The name pretty much explains itself but for those of you who lack imagination, here is a brief summary: Crystal Pools is part of a nature reserve in Western
One thing I liked about Amsterdam was the interactive museums where the creators of the museums tried different methods to engage with the visitors. One of them was the Heineken Museum. In the pubs in Turkey, Heineken was always among the brands that were slightly more expensive compared to the loc
Castle Of Good Hope is an often neglected spot by many tourists. Hence, I was only able to visit this place after 15 months of living in South Africa and that was because our previous plans to go somewhere else got cancelled.
Castle Of Good Hope has actually a significant place in the history of t
The second half of 2016 was a forced gap year for me after graduation. To live up to the expectations of a proper gap year, I decided to travel and backpack in Asia for sometime. That's how I ended up spending two months in South Korea and Japan.
Every destination on this trip was special from a d
I have been meaning to write about this for a long time now.
About three months ago, even before opening my Steemit account, I had one of the saddest days in my life. I was at a coffee shop, trying to eat up regardless of my lost appetite and trying so hard not to burst in tears. The waitress bro
Fruit-picking has been an activity I heard so many times and always wanted to do. If you have read all my articles, you must have memorized the information about the ideal climate in the Western Cape Province. This paved way to not only wine farms but also all the other types of farms.
I am not exactly the festival-type. I have friends who will be unreachable on weekends simply because they are at a festival in a remote location. They come back on Monday morning, suit up and go straight to work and start counting down until the next weekend's festival. It's such a mission to me