Mount Nemrut is an amazing UNESCO heritage site, dating from 1BC. With all the grandeur you’d expect from King who thought he was equal to the gods.
Regarded as one of the most exciting archaeological sites in the world, Gobekli Tepe might just change our views on history as we know it. Find out more.
Who knew pigeons could be so beautiful! We spent an amazing time on a rooftop in Sanliurfa with some local pigeon fanciers, meeting their pigeons.
Sanliurfa ended up being our favourite town in Turkey. We loved the people, the alleyways, the markets, the bazaar, the fish pond, the mosques – and so much more.
..soon you won’t. Soon the beautiful ancient town of Hasankeyf will be underwater. We’re glad we got to visit before it disappears.
The town of Mardin has so much atmosphere and history. With views across the Mesopotamia plains, it’s a magical place. One of our favourites. Find out why.
Read about my first visit to a Turkish barber. I thought it was just a haircut and shave but it included so much more! A great experience.
Now in the predominately Kurdish area of Turkey, we visit beautiful Lake Van. We visit both Van and Tatvan and also took the ferry to Adkamar Island.
Take a trip with us via dusty Dogubayazit to visit the stunning Ishak Pasa Palace, a rare Turkish palace from the 18th century. It was worth the detour!
Once home to 100,000 people, 10,000 homes & 1.000 churches, now only a handful of structures remain. Ani was the most amazing ruin we’ve ever visited.