Roaming Istanbul Turkey

I’ve arrived back home in Australia safe and sound. While I play catch up on the blogging I thought I’d repost and earlier part of my Roam in 2019, Istanbul Turkey

Endless Roaming

If you have been reading my website at endlessroaming.com you would be aware that I have been blogging about previous adventures across the USA, specifically 2012. Ill also write further about other experiences in the USA and other countries I have traveled. I am now in Lagos, Portugal blogging about about my brief four day visit to Istanbul.

This is actually my third trip to Istanbul so the city is familiar to me, I came here 20 years previously and 10 years previously so in a way I was doing my decade anniversary of sorts. On both my previous trips Id spent a while in Turkey exploring the countryside as well as Istanbul, this time however I had only four days before heading to my next destination in Rome so here are some highlights of my brief time.

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It’s been an amazing 8 months around the globe, sadly it can’t be an Endless Roaming but hope to be out there once again soon. Hope you’ve enjoyed the photos (and blogging) and will update soon. Amazing places and beautiful people, it’s been a privilege to meet all of you

Continuing the relentless photography, so much to see and will be headed back to Oz September 5 when I can catch up on the writing. In the meantime Glacier National Park wow

In the meantime it’s back to the photo montages, highlights of Seattle, I’m now in Portland, just rented a car and headed to the Beer Fest in Bend Oregan. After that onwards for a 2 week roadtrip which will be made up as I go along

June 2019 – Roaming Ireland

Finally managed to get some time to write my newest blog about Ireland, so much greenery, friendly people and laughter, and of course beer, such a fantastic experience. Hope you enjoy the blog as much as I like writing it, happy travels ps apologies if my grammar is a bit of a mess, been on the road 8 months now and my Roam around the globe is slowly winding up