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Oh Sahara, my Sahara..  I remember you crystal clear. Once my friend told me "if you look at the view ten seconds without blinking, your mind saves it and whenever you want to see it all you need to do is close your eyes. And here it is like a post-card in front of you."… Continue reading SA(HARA): THE GREETINGS OF THE HAPPINESS

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Ocean meets the he’art’: Assilah

I remembered the day we got there.. It was the 5. of September. We were 2 Turks and 2 Tunisians! We had our own nicknames: 2-TUs! 😄 It was a calm and small city located in the Northern of Morocco! North looks much more European than the South, but the South has it's own thing:… Continue reading Ocean meets the he’art’: Assilah

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Green Tea: Manali

Collect such people in your life where you laugh and pee yourself because of real happiness of mind. It all started with 14 hour bus trip from Delhi to Manali... After a very long trip from New Delhi, we finally got to meet the beautiful city; Manali. The time we got there, I knew I… Continue reading Green Tea: Manali

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UDAIPUR; U-dare-to?

Sometimes you just can’t forget about a specific place, or a city. Not because of the food, or the atmosphere or the city itself. But because of the memories you create there. Udaipur is the highlight of my journey in India. Well, there are a lot of reasons behind it. It was the third destination… Continue reading UDAIPUR; U-dare-to?

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Ohh Kerala, Kerala! What shall'e do with thy Kerala? After almost one month intense AIESEC journey through India, most of us got separated. The last destination for all together was Goa. That’s where we said our see you soons to each other, not a goodbye for me. Because the majority went back to their homes… Continue reading PEACE OF GREEN: KERALA