If you came across some Kapadokya photos, then you know that it has one of the most unique landscapes on earth. The landscape is so unique that it might feel like a scenery of Mars, or the Star Wars movie. And in this post I will tell you about the unique experience of how is like to stay in a cave hotel in Kapadokya.
Traveling is one of the greatest things in this world. It takes you to a different place, allows you to experience new food, different cultures and meet new people. It liberates you from your daily activities and allows you to recharge your body and mind to get back to work, refreshed and full of energy. However, one of the most recurring problems when traveling is the lack of time to travel when you have a full time job.
Kapadokya is one of the most beautiful places in this world and for many years it was on my travel bucket list. My first impression of Kapadokya was that it literally looks like a different planet. The region is famous for its peculiar rock formations, valleys filled with fairy chimneys and pigeon houses, towns filled with cave hotels and of course a sunrise sky filled with hot air balloons.
There are two kinds of travelers; one is the luxurious traveler who prefers to lay by the poolside or spend time on the beach, and relax while making the full use of room service. The other one is the more adventurous one who would look to engage himself in any sort of activities such as visiting tourist spots, try out water sports or even go hiking.
Vietnam is the kingdom of tropical plants, and it is famous for its bonsai tree industry. The interest for this art is unbelievable among its people as they have a natural affinity for bonsai trees. I have always had a great fascination for them as well and, it was wonderful to travel to northern Vietnam, where in every spot I visited I had the chance to see magnificent bonsai.
In the middle of Laos rainforest and, in between the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers, lays an exotic and dream-like ancient city called Luang Prabang. The UNESCO world-heritage city is an outstanding example of architectural fusion of traditional Lao structures and and a European colonial style. It is a city were many come to wander, a city with beautiful maintained and golden temples, French colonial villages and natural wonders.
It is already December 31st, and people start preparing for the new year. In Ecuador it involves a lot of traditions and customs. Ecuadorian New Year’s Eve is a time to get rid of last year’s failures, regrets and anger. It is a time to bring up new hopes and resolutions. In many places, New Year’s Eve is a time of party, champagne toasts and good wishes, but in Ecuador it is so much more…
What makes Bangkok so amazing? Bangkok is Southeast Asia’s most dynamic and culturally vibrant city. It is known worldwide for its lively street life, cheap prices, never ending traffic and for its contrasting mix between modern skyscrapers that share space with old traditional homes and Buddhist temples.
Even though it is not rational, we humans possess the urge to be terrified. Why else visit haunted houses, scary places or tell ghost stories? Balancing between fall and winter, life and death, Halloween is a holiday filled with magic, mystery and superstition. Along with kids dressing up in costumes, come some more disturbing phenomena: horror stories, wild parties and why not scary and haunted places around the world…
For the first time in Latin America, Quito was the host of the light festival which took place during the UN’s Habitat III conference. It gathered people around the historic city center to watch the lightshow in seven historical buildings: The Plaza Hermano Miguel, Plaza del Teatro, Plaza Santo Domingo, Capilla Museo de la Ciudad, Iglesia de La Compañía, Plaza La Merced and Centro Cultural Metropolitano.