Travels to Asia
Nepal: May Your Gods Have Mercy On YouJul 2013
For me Nepal was many things, a country of spirituality, a country of kids knowing how to genuinely smile, a country where death is worked with such subtlety into the real life and celebrated, a country where the religious tolerance truly exists but more importantly, Nepal was a country full of sorrow for me.
Breaking the Waves – ThailandApr 2016
Picking which island to go in Thailand would be a difficult task if it was not for the weather conditions. The tropical weather is what makes Thai islands beautiful but it is also what makes it vulnerable to the monsoon rains.
Beijing: Silently Rewarding, Relentlessly CommandingJun 2013
Beijing is loud, quite, funky, serene, poor, rich, modern, undeveloped, over--developed, dirty, green, it is everything all at the same time. It made me feel so alive.
Gallery // A gallery dedicated to the mesmerizing evening lighting in Asia.
Project Trips // I was lucky to be included in a project group working in Northern Laos for development of an eco-tourism facility.
Travel Posts from Asia
May 2013 — Yangshuo: More Chickens Than Humans
If you read my pre-trip post on China, you know that I had some doubts on going to China due […]
Beijing – what a city! You have probably never felt as unwanted in your life as the way Beijing cab […]
Apr 2016 — Breaking the Waves – Thailand
If you have lived in Turkey since you were born, it means that you are very spoiled when it comes […]
Jul 2013 — Nepal: May Your Gods Have Mercy On You
Although it was just about a month ago, so many things happened since I was in Nepal. Not just new […]
I can safely call the tiny island of Tokashiki – thirty minutes off the coast from Nara – as my […]
Dec 2018 — Kanazawa: One Fine City in Japan
Just like few other foreigners I have met here, we – Japan addicts, are here in Kanazawa mainly because we […]
Jan 2015 — A Different Japan – All White This Time
Murakami’s Japan You are probably familiar with Hokkaido if you are a Murakami fan. That is the region in Japan […]