It´s late afternoon, and here I am sitting in a minibus from Alanya to Manavgat. I have been riding the minibus for an hour and forty-five minutes, even thou the distance between theese two cities is around 60km. Here in Turkey, you don´t have to wait for the bus on the bus station. You can stand anywhere by the road, just raise your hand or … Čítať ďalej How things in Turkey work / Ako sa veci v Turecku majú
Last summer, for the first time, I got to try, how is it like to work in an international entertainment team in a resort. During family vacations this job seemed to be a lot of fun, where the only thing you have to do is smile, talk to people and have fun. So I gave it a try. A lot of people think, getting a … Čítať ďalej Behind the scenes – working in an entertainment team / Práca animátora nie je dovolenka
“Are you moving back to Turkey in summer?” I already answered this question to myself in September, right after I came home from Turkey. For thoose, who don’t know, I was working in the animation team for three months in one of the hotels on the Turkish riviera, and ocassionally, I was a tour guide for slovak tourists as well. I am inlove with Turkey, … Čítať ďalej Am I moving back to Turkey for the summer?/ Sťahujem sa v lete naspäť do Turecka?
Oh, Noemi, only if your parents knew some of your “trips”, they probably would not be the happiest. So please, everyone who is reading this, respect my situation, and what you are about to read now..just keep it to yourself. This is a one-day story (to be exact one of my favourite days) out of the three-months stay in Turkey. Och, Noemi..Keby tvoji rodičia vedeli … Čítať ďalej If my parents knew this, they would probably never let me travel alone again / Keby toto moji rodičia vedeli, samú do sveta by ma asi nepustili