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Interview with Heidi from Wagoners Abroad

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Interview with Heidi from Wagoners Abroad

We continue our interview series with Heidi from Wagoners Abroad.   1. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and your blog? How did you start traveling and blogging? We are Wagoners Abroad (Alan, Heidi, Lars and Anya), an American family that quit our jobs, sold our home / belongings and moved to Spain […]

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Blog income report , December 2013

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Blog income report , December 2013

Finally, after a year of existence of our blog we can start to write our own blog income reports. Thanks to other travel-bloggers and especially to Dave & Vicky from Acoupletravelers.com and their advertising course, we had our first significant income this month. Page Rank The first good news is that our blog had a page […]

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Where and why you should use ferries in your travels

Where and why you should use ferries in your travels

If you choose to visit a city surrounded by islands, believe us, the ferries are the best way to move around. During the history, the ferries were surely among the most popular ways of transport of people and goods. Ferries are the bridges that connected people for centuries. And they are also our favorite way […]

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Istanbul – city which is always interesting

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Istanbul – city which is always interesting

If you want to visit the city which is interesting, is not expensive and is warm and sunny most of the year, then you should go to Istanbul. Istanbul is Turkey’s largest city, which has a rich history. Its unique location on two continents, Asia and Europe, on the shores of the two seas of […]

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Interview with Mike and Anne from HoneyTrek

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Interview with Mike and Anne from HoneyTrek

We continue our interview series with Mike and Anne from HoneyTrek   How did you start travelling and blogging? We actually learned about the wondrous world of RTW travel from a German friend-of-a-friend who was just returning from a one-year journey around the world with his girlfriend for €25,000. At the time we had never met someone […]

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Our trip to Turkey – Azure sea of Fethiye.

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Our trip to Turkey – Azure sea of Fethiye.

One more place in Turkey, which we would like to tell about is a city of Fethiye  and its surroundings. As in most places in Turkey, area of Fethiye has its ancient history and ancient ruins as a result. The Lycian city Telmessos is located nearby, and it is one of the important cities of […]

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Passport to Turkey: 10 Reasons Why You Want to Go

Passport to Turkey: 10 Reasons Why You Want to Go

Turkey is a U.S. ally, diplomatically and sometimes strategically. However, a lot of Americans tend to shy away from thinking of touring this exotic, hospitable nation because it is Muslim. It would be in the best interests of many more Americans to disabuse themselves of this bias, because the nation of Turkey has more to […]

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Photo of the week – Eilat Mountains Desert – Israel

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Photo of the week – Eilat Mountains Desert – Israel

Eilat Mountains Desert. We like to visit this place. We like its tranquillity, silence, mystery… If we fill lost or confused, we always can go back to the desert. There’s nothing to cling to and everything is so clear and calm.    Send article as PDF   

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The magic Saklikent Gorge, Turkey

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The magic Saklikent Gorge, Turkey

  There are many beautiful places in Turkey , that were created by nature and which are worth a visit . One of them is Saklikent Gorge – gorge dug by water flowing down from the mountains for thousands of years. It is located 50 km from Fethyie . You can get to the place […]

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Our trip to Turkey – Part 2 – Kekova island

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Our trip to Turkey – Part 2 – Kekova island

For our next stop we chose a very beautiful place called Üçağız (ancient Teimioussa). This place is famous among tourists for the island of Kekova and its sunken city, which is located nearby. Üçağız is located in a cove west of the town  Demre and is a small and very pleasant village. Though it is […]

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