Mind Travel Part II

In this post, i mused on travel starting in the mind and how it relates to wanting to visit certain places and the possible reasons behind that. Today I want to talk about using the imagination and awareness to make the most mundane things seem new and inspiring, which by the way, is one of the most commonly experienced elements of travel.

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Istanbul nights

Turkey is perhaps one of the most intriguing places I’ve ever visited, and Istanbul is its rocking capital city with a swag all its own. A secular country and modern to boot, women are not obligated to cover their hair although the majority of the population is Muslim. Some choose too, but it’s generally not common specially among the younger generations.

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A Happy Discovery

Its only been a few weeks since I started this blog, and i have to say, its already been a blessing in many ways. Writing can be a solitary task and although there is beauty in that, it can also become pretty isolating. If that’s your kind of thing I guess it’s fine, but I’m finding connecting with fellow bloggers has been like a much needed breath of fresh air.

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