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Gallipoli, following the coast… And the heat.

I happily left Istanbul, ready to follow the Turkish coast south, hitting some of the sites and less populated areas of this country. I mean, a quarter of its population (ish) lives in that city – half the population of … Continue reading

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A concrete and flesh monster

Urban sprawl is something I’m used to, having come from North America, where cities were built for cars. European cities on the other hand were structured around walking, wagons, trams, etc… Istanbul, as I approached it’s outskirts from the West, … Continue reading

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The deserts hot… Who would’ve thought

As Toubkal faded away amongst the rest of the Atlas mountains, we sadly made our way back to marrakech, as it lay between us and the Sahara. We didn’t stay long, we made sure of that, walking from the city … Continue reading

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