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"I was in Turkey".

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Turkey is becoming a popular film production hub for Hollywood as filming in Turkey becomes more favourable for the producers. VAT rebate recently offered by the Turkish Directorate of Cinema and success of popular films “Skyfall” and “Argo” are the reasons behind the increasing number of foreign productions.
Turkish leather is famous – or should that be infamous? But the horror stories of being ripped off can leave one feeling rather scared when forking out cash to get your object of leather desire. Unless, of course, you’re in the know-how.

Turkey Travelogues

Lizards and Turtles and Frogs: Oh, My!

Written by Robert

(We saw turtles, and frogs, and lizards at both places this AM.) We are working our way south along the west coast of Turkey. This Bergama report and pictures could also be titled When in Bergama do as the Romans do. We hit two great Roman sites today, and shot...

My four favorite places in Istanbul

Written by James O'Connell

Usually, travelers, coming back from Istanbul, are so much impressed, that their stories concerning the trip, are like a mess. It is normal, my first story about Istanbul, when I visited it for the first time, was a mess as well . But now I am an experienced traveler, and...

Amasra and Safranbolu

Written by Jana

Hey All! I had 3 days off this last week so I decided to take a spontaneous trip to the Black Sea coast. You can take these kind of trips in Turkey….bus fares are like $10. Pensions–or homestays–are about the same for a good night sleep and some breakfast! I...

Real Estate in Turkey

Where to buy a property in Turkey?

where-to-buy-a-property-in-turkeyFor anyone having an interest in buying a property in Turkey, the question “Where to buy a property in Turkey?” is naturally to decide where to actually buy it. If you have been to a certain location and have a pre-defined idea, the decision is easier to take, however if... Continue reading...