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What's Insıde?

The book embodies the world view of the author, the history, culture, communities, and experiences of Latin America while adorning them with colourful photographs taken on each page.

The book’s language is Turkish.

The author's story reminds me the movie '3 Idiots'.
Kasım E.
Mechanical Engineer

Widespread Turkish casinos in Latin America,

Football matches,

Miss Antigua / Guatemala,

My refuge to the police station with a liquor bottle in my hand at night…

Cigar, coffee, banana, avocado, coca, spirits,

Central America’s largest market,


Duty Frees on the border,

The country with no taxes on electronics, perfume, cigars…

Climbing to pyramids and hiking to active volcanoes,

Taking selfies with parrots and penguins,

Where to swim with sharks and stingrays,

The resort made of Hobbit houses,

Week long Safari on desert,

Cycling on the Death Road,

Walking on the Mars look-a-like desert…

Christian congregations,

Clergy dancing to Reggaeton music (Latin Rap),

Admiration for American fastfood restaurants (For example, going to PizzaHut is a matter of prestige),

Modified, speeding buses like in a Fast&Furious movie,

Social classes, ethnic elements,

The tree that gave Brazil its name…

Ottoman citizens who settled on the continent 100 years ago,

168 men strong Spanish soldiers that disbanded 80,000 men strong Inca army,

The world-famous portrait of Che taken at an event,

Football game in which winning players are sacrificed to the gods,

‘It’s a fun country if you’re not a citizen’ happenings,

Ties of US companies, CIA, IMF and Narcos to Hispanic countries,

Similarities between Turkey and the continent between the 60s and 80s,

Coups, dictators, socialist tendencies, tragedies, laments…

Dakar Rally,

Crowd of Israeli youths you come across in many places,

Thefts, money management,

Diseases, lice,

Building structures,

Border crossings with crimson apocalypse…

El Condor Pasa and the meaning behind it,

Brazil entering festival week all over the country,

Dances originating from Africa,

Growing cannabis at home,

Astronomical tourism,

Uzi equipped gangs of the Wild West,

The city that descended into chaos after police quit,

Gold covered church,

Turkish TV series craze,

How I missed the military tanks that hit the streets a few days apart,

World’s 2nd most energy-generating dam…

‘Walking encyclopedia’ Gurkan Genç who rides his bike around the world,

Turkish couple looking for the most beautiful place to get married in the world,

Those who travel by performing street art,

The one who ended up at the president’s door as he arrived on the continent,

Turks flocked to the May Day march in Cuba,

An Ottoman postcard sent from Brazil 100 years ago, that I came across in a flea market…

The writer compares his life to prison life and searches for freedom on an 8-month Latin America trip, which ends in finding himself in a bigger prison. It is a concrete form of the search for something useful for society, in order not to escape anymore from it. A delightful work to read by the young writer, who was born near the end of the 20th century, blending Latin American travel with his life adventure and the works he has read.

Gürkan Genç, world bicycle tourer
From the back cover & the author’s mouth:

“When I was a child, I questioned what I saw around me, wondered why, and put my parents into question. As I grew older, my vision was narrowed by imitating my friends for loyalty and to my group of friends for harmony. In the last years of my university education, which I have been trying to achieve accomplishments, I was stiffened as soon as I felt that the lush sprout, which represented my future dreams, had gone from its stem before it could open its flower. Looking at the full side of the glass, I realised that this situation brought me short-term freedom: My sprout was one with the wind and flew to Latin America. Here are what you read in this book: Memories of a broken sprout that takes the wind from Turkey and flies to Latin America for eight months, while sometimes flying over the flower gardens and sometimes over deserts.”

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