Senior Dogs Abroad

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Senior Dogs Abroad
Mark and Jolee living in Istanbul 2008-2012
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  • The Slippery Slope 4 days ago One gets the sinking feeling these days that we are living through a very perilous period in human history. Ebola, war, economic crisis and barbarism swirl all around us with incredible destructive force. It all seems a bit surreal. Even those of us who have a pretty good understanding of the...
  • Cave Canem 6 days ago Typical crowd in the center.On Saturday, our dear friend Sandra while on her usual walk around the island was bitten by a dog and had to go to the Büyükada poliklinik to begin a series of rabies shots. This was particularly traumatic because this is Sandra's second series in less than 10 months!...
  • The Heal Initiative 1 week ago In the midst of the devastating events shaking the world today, we received a ray of hope in the form of a message from our friend Dr. Phuoc V. Le in San Franscisco about his latest project, the Heal Initiative.We first met Phuoc in Ecuador in 2003. We were studying at the same Spanish language...
  • The Enemy of My Enemy Is . . . . 2 weeks ago Living in this part of the world either as ex-pat or Turk is a bit nervous-making these days. The savage war on Turkey's border that seems to get closer by the day has already heavily impacted life here in many ways. The 1.5 million Syrian refugees are visible everywhere, many of them dirty and...
  • Aegean Road Trip, Senior Doggie Style 3 weeks ago Zeke is the handsome one on the right.When senior dog Mark's brother and sister-in-law, Zeke and Kathy, decided to come to Turkey for a visit, we got excited. Yes, we have missed them (mostly due to senior dogs' unwillingness to make the trip to America ourselves), which accounted for some of the...

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Karen (Empty Nest Expat)
03:54 AM November 24, 2012

Mark and Jolee are exciting, vibrant people who are deeply interested in Turkey. They both speak the language too! They travel all over, talk to everyone, explore and enjoy, and make sense of some of the more difficult things to understand in Turkey. They are living role models for retirement!

Annie
22:32 PM November 25, 2012

A brilliant grasp of the political situation in Turkey.

Joan Yow
21:19 PM April 25, 2013

very sophisticated and all around good guys.

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