What you really need for a European City Break
I don’t know if it’s that I’m disorganised, or unable to think for myself, but before starting the arduous task of packing for any trip, I tend to do an internet search on what to outfits and accessories to take – I just need a little inspiration!
Last week, while perusing one of the many travel blogs I follow, I read an article about things you shouldn’t do abroad. It was the usual ‘don’t stay at holed up in your apartment alone,’ ‘don’t spend all your time on the computer,’ ‘don’t come to this experience with too many expectations,’ etc. etc. I thought it was a nice piece, straightforward, predictable, but good content overall.
Imagine the lightest you’ve ever felt. The most carefree, the most full of joy. When’s the last time you felt like you could do anything in the world? When’s the last time you felt so light that you could fly?
A’zungu (plural): From the Bantu languages of southern and eastern Africa, used to describe individuals of European/Caucasian descent.
M’zungu (singular): The singular form of the plural word “A’zungu.”
If you come to Turkey, you must try the local food. It’s nearly impossible not to since Turkey has few restaurants serving international cuisine. Turkish food is cheap in both food stands, restaurants, and cafes. The cuisine is mostly meat based accompanied by oily and carbohydrate-laden foods