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I would hurry to live!
A young briliant man enjoying all kind of experiences life can give to him, clever and educated but not pedant, music lover but also silence enjoyer, I want my life to go in every direction, with as main goal to become a good human being.
"I hope for nothing. I fear nothing. I am free."
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
My friends are the member of CS and they advised me then i am here.
I was very busy with my works and studies. But now I can care it more. Yet i have a few experiences and i enjoyed so much. A bit regret about why i didn't know it before.
-Eternal sky and deep sea
-The Past and The Future
-Try to fly without wings
-To Create a dream theatre
- outdoor activities
Music, Movies, and Books
Stanley Kubrick, Lars Von Trier, Wachowski Brothers...J. S. Bach, Leonard Cohen, Sting, RadioHead, Pink Floyd, Queen, Björk, Tom Waits, Beirut, Feist, Buika, Mohsen Namjoo, Darya Dadvar, Teoman, Erkan OğurPhilosophy, Literature, Math, Pscyhology, History, Art, Sociology...M. Stirner, E. M. Cioran, Dostoyevski, Romain Gary, Yasar Kemal, Nazım Hikmet, K. Marx, Derrida, Adorno, Althusser, Gothe, Nieztsche, Sartre, Freud, Mayakovski, Artur RimbaudL. Wittgenstein, M. Faucault, A. Camus, Nikos Kazantzakis Melancholia, Stalker, The Matrix, Oldboy, Dreamers, The Godfather, The Professional, Lord Of The Rings, Into the Wild, V for Vendetta, A Clockwork Orange, Papillon, Talk to Her, Run Lola Run, Forest Gump, The Big Lebowski, Land and Freedom, Waking Life, The Truman Show, Taxi Driver, American Beauty...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
The land of beautiful horses but especially its natural landscape..
Nimrod Mountain !
In SE Turkey, it is the site of the mausoleum of Antiochus I (c.69-c.34 B.C.), king of ancient Commagene. The complex, which includes a 500-ft- (152-m-) wide and 164-ft- (50-m-) tall pyramidal tomb, gigantic (c.30 ft/9 m) stone busts of the kingdom's gods and rulers, and a wall with magnificent carved reliefs, is one of the most impressive monuments of Hellenistic civilization. The gods depicted, worshipped by Antiochus and his people, represent an unusual merging of Western (Greek) and Eastern (Persian) cultures, reflected in such divine names as Zeus-Oromasdes and Apollo-Mithras.
Teach, Learn, Share
Istanbul is probably more expensive than you might think, so be aware of this. I mention avoid taxi as much as you can, at least when you have a vague idea of where your destination is located.
Sometimes reaching a host's place is as costly as a bunk bed in a downtown hostel, so, consider this (in)convenience at your own risk..
Ask people anything, they will try to help you.
TOPKAPI PALACE and HAGIA SOPHIA are museums with around 25 TL entrance fee each. It sounds much I know, so consider twice / read about these sights before you decide to go. YET, their courtards / outdoors are open and free, maybe only to make you more curious about inside.
I find GRAND BAZAAR unnecessarily big and expensive (UNLESS you can bargain - which I cant, out of shyness), never bought a button from there, but I LIKE THE COLOURS INSIDE.
I will not exchange a plate of beans and rice right next to awesome SULEYMANIYE Mosque and the view from its courtyard downhill for anything...