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Who was Evliya Çelebi?

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Contributed from Gerald Maclean Evliya Çelebi The seventeenth-century Ottoman travel writer known as Evliya Çelebi was born in 1611. His father, Derviş Muhammed Zilli, was a master goldsmith at the imperial Ottoman court… Continue reading

365 Places: Times Square, NYC

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Day 61: Times Square, New York City, NY, United States of America In my earlier post about the Guggenheim Museum in NYC, I talked about my fascination for this city. When I stayed… Continue reading

365 Places: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

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Day 60: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, New York, United States of America Today, I want to share a favourite place from a journey I took many years ago – to New… Continue reading

Evliya Çelebi Way 2014 Ride

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In invitation to join the ride in 2014 Contributed by Gerald Maclean The Evliya Çelebi Way is open all year and welcomes walkers, cyclists, and equestrians and travellers of all kinds. Please join… Continue reading

365 Places: Mermaid Pool

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Day 60: Mermaid Pool, Manly, New South Wales, Australia Mermaid Pool is a place, I have never visited but would love to check out. Situated close to the famous beach of Manly, Mermaid… Continue reading

What is the Evliya Çelebi Way?

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Yesterday, we announced the new project being featured – the The Evliya Çelebi Way and promised to share more information about this wonderful project. What is The Evliya Çelebi Way? Contributed by Gerald Maclean… Continue reading

365 Places: Berowra Waters

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Day 58: Berowra Waters, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia When I lived in the northern suburbs of Sydney nearly 30 years ago, one of the places I loved to spend time was Berowra… Continue reading

365 Places: Manik Organik

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Day 57: Manik Organik, Sanur, Bali, Indonesia Today I write about a favourite haunt close to Paneeda View, Manik Organik. Manik Organik is a great spot, offering delicious whole foods from the cafe,… Continue reading

365 Places: The Valley Markets

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Day 56: The Valley Markets, fortitude Vally, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Today, I am posting about a favourite market that was a regular haunt when I was living in my home town of Brisbane.… Continue reading

Flowers around Alam Jiwa, Ubud, Bali – A Photo Essay

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Originally posted on Geokult Travel:
We had an overnight stay in Ubud, Bali where I had the opportunity to take these flower shots, enjoy. Other posts about Bali: 365 Places: Alam Jiwa The…