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- The Colourful Greek Island of Meis 1 day ago The Greek island of Meis is colourful, quiet and full of bizarre locals. The one reason why I went there was simply because I was not forced into doing it. You see, when I first came to Turkey, visa runs across to any Greek island were a necessity. Many expats did it and still do [...]Read the...
- The Lonely Owl - Photo Post 1 day ago While on my travels, I came across an owl held in a cage. This bird captured my attention straight away because I had never seen one before in my life. Known as one of the best nocturnal predators on our earth. Owls are famous for being able to silently swoop in on their prey and [...]Read the...
- Jeep Safari in Turkey : Altinkum, Akbuk and Bozbuk 1 day ago Continued from Part one. We head set off from the restaurant
- A Cold and Wet Day in Doganbey 3 days ago Yesterday morning I set off from home and planned to return with hundreds of pictures of camel wrestling. This is a tradition in this area of Turkey and I was eager to find out what all the hype was about.
- Photo Essay - How Turkish Carpets Are Made 3 days ago For a number of years, there has been an underlying fear in the culturally orientated people of Turkey. They fear that the age-old tradition of handmade Turkish carpets is on the decline because of the mass availability of machine made carpets, which are half the price. Carpets weavers associations...
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16:33 PM November 25, 2012
The great thing about Natalie's blog is that it's so complete. She seems to have been everywhere. Her blog is the first source I go to when I want to know what an area of Turkey is really like. There's a reason this blog has a gazillion "likes"!
20:31 PM December 02, 2012
I get a update every week and when I see it in my inbox, I can't wait to open it and read it. I even subscribed hubby! Thank you Natalie for exciting, informative posts!