(in a photographic context!) So..somewhat on a whim, I have booked a 3 week trip next April to Istanbul, Turkey. Not that I'm one of those jetsetting people who can afford to do this easily but there was a big promotion and 700$ from Western Canada is maybe half what I expected to pay to get to that side of the world. Sold! But..I'm not sure what I'd actually like to do there. I've skimmed a bit through a travel book and think that 3 weeks would be far too long to stay there to be honest. Any neighbouring countries that I should check out? Seems like limitless possibilities of hitting eastern europe or the middle east. I've been tempted to visit Israel and Jordan. Egypt seems like not the greatest idea right now. Or another semi-crazy idea would be to take a 6-8 hour flight down to Tanzania (yknow since I'm on that side of the world. )..as that is also on our bucket list. And I frankly don't know how many years of traveling I have (before its time to settle down with a family). Advice, experience or any thoughts on the matter are appreciated. You guys were a great help on my last trip to India-Nepal. Photography and travel are great partners.