Travelogues

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"I was in Turkey".

Travelogues

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Turkey Blogs

Just a quick recap………………. Part 1 of this saga dealt with the subject of how I found myself in this fascinating country. Travelling from Greece in 1984 and sleeping in Ephesus ancient city, sights, sounds, smells and people. Part 2 leads from 1984 into a further trip where I made a remarkable  mysterious discovery of a possible past-life. Now here we are again………… After my third or fourth trip to Turkey I had decided it was the place for me. i simply could not get enough of it. At this time in my life there had been several dramatic upheavals. I had lost a...
1- There are no dolmus stops. They stop and pick-up passengers whenever and wherever they want. This is good if you are a passenger waiting for a dolmus. This is not good if you are driving behind the dolmus. So, wait at an appropriate point where they can see you and they can stop without too much “Fast and The Fourios” movements. 2- You can easily hail them and they will stop. Most of the time they will stop or honk even if you don’t hail. 3- Before hop on to the dolmus, make sure it goes to the same...

Turkey Travelogues

To Everything, Turn, Turn. . . .

Written by Robert

Tonight I went to the Konya Cultural Center for the dervish show and I’m glad I went but it lasted about an hour too long for me. The whole dervish business started at 9: an Emcee came out and introduced a guy who spoke for about 35 minutes. Then another...

One Week in Istanbul

Written by Patrick Foster

Originally when we went to Turkey we planned on seeing a little bit of Istanbul and then traveling onward to other locations. However, we were so enamored by the city that we ended up spending the entire week there. While in Turkey we often got the question why Istanbul? Why...

Kickin’ Back

Written by birvidik

We’re now settled in to Finike for the winter. Finike is a bijou little town of 11, 200 inhabitants, nestling on the seaward edge of a semicircular alluvial flood plain surrounded by snow capped mountains. Most of the flood plain is dedicated to citrus fruit and growing vegetables under polythene....