Turkish culture and lifestyle

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  1. Will says:

    Hi Ana, this is a nice post about Turkey. I always find Turkey fascinating and this article made me interested in visiting it in the near future. 1 thing to ask you though, I prefer budget and backpack travelling, is Turkey affordable enough for me to do that?

    • Ana says:

      Hello Will, I’m happy to hear you want to visit Turkey. Yes, budget travelling is completely possible in Turkey. If you are a member of a wonderful community called COUCHSURFING, http://www.couchsurfing.com , then you can usually find a host in almost any city to accommodate you and show you the city and share with their daily life, which is great when travelling. Even if you sleep in hotels or hostels, usually you can find a good deal. Hope you will visit! I’m waiting for your impressions afterwords 🙂

  2. Norm says:

    When I worked for a lawn service company, one of the highlights was mowing for a professor that had a wife from Turkey. She always awed me with the natural grace that she exuded from her. One day, I asked her what was her most favorite and least favorite parts of America.

    “My most favorite part,” she began in mildly accented English, “is that there are so many different varieties of Americans within this country’s borders. My least favorite part is the same thing. I guess it is all about perspective.”

  3. Ella says:

    I like this article, I have lived in Turkey about 10 years and personally have never been shafted by a Türk. I do know people who have though and it is always best to cross your t’s and dot your i’s when buying property as it’s easy to extend trust beyond the line.

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