A photograph of Savannakhet, Laos.
A photograph of Luang Prabang, Laos.
It’s a well-known fact that the best way to learn a language is to totally immerse yourself in a different culture. By travelling to the country where your chosen language is spoken frequently, you’ll give yourself the best chance of becoming fluent quickly – and what better time to do this than on a gap year?
A photograph of Uyuni, Bolivia.
A photograph of Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia.
A photograph of Diyarbakir, Turkey.
A photograph of Kos Town, Greece
A photograph of Jordan, Amman
Natalie Sayin is an internet addict with a passion for the country of Turkey. Deciding to combine the two, she formed the Turkish Travel Blog; her diary of the places she visits, people she meets and the sometimes awkward scenarios that she manages to get into. She tells us more about her home in an Aegean resort town in the south west of Turkey.
Within minutes of arriving at Didim’s inaugural camel wrestling festival the fists started flying. Anyone familiar with wrestling will know that a wrestler may not hit their opponent with a closed fist and camels don’t have fists anyway.