Chasing Waterfalls | 3 Favourite Icelandic Falls

I have seen some amazing waterfalls in my short life (the Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe is a major highlight among them) but I’ve never seen a concentration of waterfalls like I have in Iceland. It seems impossible to travel just a couple of kms without spotting waterfalls rushing or trickling from the glacial mountains and […]

Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon | An Impossible Photo Post

Plato believed that images, instead of being depictions of realities, are more like regimes that make true representation impossible. They are falsely authoritarian and positively deceiving – visual representation make it impossible for us to read the world correctly. On the other hand, Ludwig Wittgenstein, an Austrian-British philosopher of the 19th century, insisted that even […]

Driving Iceland’s Golden Circle

After a short flight from London to Reykjavik and one night’s sleep in a cozy AirBnb in the capital, we woke up ready to explore the crazy unique country that everybody has been raving about. We have been dreaming about a trip to Iceland, and when morning came we were more than ready to start […]

Roadtripping Turkey

Driving through the West of Turkey was one of the most wonderful travel experiences – without knowing much in terms of what to expect from the landscape, we saw the earth rising up to snow-capped mountainous peaks, dip low into fertile valleys, open up to reveal beautifully placid lakes, and sink into the cyan-blue of […]

Ireland in Five Acts

Act One: Castles We found ourselves climbing steep, impossibly windy staircases, leading into rooms recalling times and places familiar to us only because of made-up stories about dragons, kings, princesses, old heavy books and magi that we used to believe. We followed the stairs until we reached the very top of Bunratty castle, the Irish […]

Blood Pudding, Castles, and Braveheart | Roadtripping to Loch Lomond

Kilts, shortbread, sipping on whiskey and beer simultaneously, medieval castles, bagpipes and drums, friendly cats, Scottish accents – there are many things that make Scotland great (some people would include haggis, blood pudding, and small dogs on this list too), but nothing beats its incredible landscape. During a weekend trip visiting some friends in Glasgow […]