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Tell us about yourself
My name is Mustafa Kemal Öztürk and I am an educator with many specializations. I have a master’s degree in management and organization, as well as in the fields of technology and design, family therapy, and teaching. I love traveling the world and getting to know new people and new cultures. Making a new discovery whenever possible connects me to life. I visited nearly 100 European cities and other countries. Each of them has been a separate development and learning resource for me. And I will continue to chase every miracle I can see for the rest of my life.
Why do you travel and look for adventures?
Traveling is the most important factor for me in the development of a person and in expanding his perspective in life. When I learned the reason for every difference I saw, it made me see different aspects of life. I think that every moment I live with an adventure is the most precious gift.
What kind of adventures do you look for when you travel?
At the beginning of each trip, I do historical research about the place you are going to. In the second stage, I search for pleasant places and create a route. I think the priority is the historical development and culture of the place I’m going.
What’s your go-to travel hack?
I start with the time you will use when choosing for the trip, the type of vacation I need, and the budget calculation. My main priority is where I will feel happy and new places I want to explore.
Got any gear you can’t travel without?
Camera Of course
What destination are you eager to go back to?
The place I would like to visit again would be the Maldives.
How do you stay safe when you’re travelling?
I make preliminary research and make sure that the place I will stay is a decent place.
What’s the best way to experience a destination like a local?
To be able to evaluate daily life according to the region you live in.
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When and where are you next travelling?
I’m going to Germany in December.