I was staring at the ceiling for as long as I remember. Staring blankly. Slightly shocked. My Invincible Guide has just saved me. From unthinkable danger. Thank you My Guardian Angel. -Maf (0248 hours. 19.11.2015)
The fundamental points I wish to share are based on my personal account as the title suggests. Although I don’t feel very comfortable detailing a few disconcerting encounters I had faced. What I will discuss however would be helpful to every solo traveler regardless of gender or preference. Continue reading “Safety Tips for Solo Female Traveler”→
Too cold for me. Two (2) degree Celsius. The sun is up. Past half 7am. On a Tuesday. A view of a whole new environment. And surroundings. Welcome to Cappadocia! 🙂
Since Friday, I was traveling non-stop from Novi Sad, the northern city of Serbia to its capital, Belgrade, down to the south – Nis. I changed bus for my route to the capital of Bulgaria, Sofia. From Sofia, I took the evening bus to Istanbul, Turkey. I spent two days in the heart of Turkey before I headed to the place known for its “Hot Air Ballon” – Cappadocia. Continue reading “*Live Update: Maf is in Cappadocia, Turkey :)”→
Friends, I just want to share a feel good stuff. This whole of week has been pretty up. As if the heavens are offsetting all the bad stuff that took place in the past weeks.
Lunch time, I collected my passport and visa at the ever helpful, ever considerate French Embassy. Considering, technically speaking, I am a tourist now in the little red dot. Met a few ex-colleagues over lunch. I was dressed well for a supposed work interview with a client (Japanese MNC) arranged by a headhunter whom an ex-colleague has recommended me. Continue reading “90 Days On The Road? Or So It Seems :)”→