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I looked closely at daily life in Turkey, and spotted meditation in many different forms.
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The Sarcophagus of Captain Eudemos at the ancient ruins of Olympos in Turkey.  Little is known about him but he achieved a status of importance in this region. A ship symbol on the front represents the goddess Aphrodite whose main purpose was to protect sailors.

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New post : Saklikent Gorge that is one of Turkey's most beautiful natural landmarks

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Saklikent Gorge is a popular day trip from Fethiye. Known as the deepest canyon in Turkey, it is a must-see site of the Mediterranean coast
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So I returned to the Goreme open air museum, that consists of many cave churches with ancient frescoes, of which some date from the 3rd and 4th century BC.

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Photos from the Goreme Open air museum, a UNESCO world heritage site in Cappadocia, Turkey. It has ancient cave churches, rude tour guides, expensive entrance fees, lack of toilets and they sell vile coffee.
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Which one is your favourite?

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Listing good and not so good holiday resorts of Bodrum including Kadikalesi, Bitez, Gumbet, Gumusluk, Golturkbuku, Turgutreis and Yalikavak
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I can resonate with a few of these!

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The thing about cold is absolutely true, Turks really believe this. Drives me crazy that they don't use the air con because of this funny non medically founded belief! With many westerners we have a giggle about the draft/cold superstition all the time. Funny
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Officially now, one of my favourite places in the #Cappadocia region of #Turkey  
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Quick thinking Turks!

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Passersby have saved a tourist’s car from falling backwards into the Bosphorus in central Istanbul by sitting on the front of the car until the arrival of a lifting crane
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Including the majestic Mount Tahtali, the fairytale ruins of Olympos and the mythological burning flames of Chimaera

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My 3 dreamlike places to visit in the Antalya region including the majestic mountain of Tahtali, the mythological flames of Chimaera and the fairytale ruins of Olympos
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I live in Turkey and am author of the Turkish Travel Blog.  My aim is to travel to every city, town and village of this wonderful country and write about it at the same time. Read about my tales and laugh at my terrible pictures on my blog.
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ARCHAEOLOGY - 4,000-year-old tablets found in Turkey include women’s rights
www.hurriyetdailynews.com

The Kültepe-Kaniş-Karum trade colony in the Central Anatolian province of Kayseri continues to amaze archeologists, with an expert at the di

Dilek National Park Tours : Milli Park in Turkey
www.ephesuswalks.com

On our Dilek National Park Tours, we visit many places including the beaches, old and new towns of Doganbey and the park itself. The tour ag

Lake Bafa Turkey : Includes Herakleia Tours With Local Guide
www.ephesuswalks.com

Highlights of this Lake Bafa Turkey tour include a traditional Turkish breakfast, exploration of Herakleia and the surrounding ancient ruins

Soke Market and Outlet Shopping Tours : Turkey Travel
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This tour visits Soke market, to learn about Turkish produce, buy souvenirs and how to bargain when shopping in Turkey. We also visit Soke s

Selcuk Ephesus Tours : Turkey Travel
www.ephesuswalks.com

These Selcuk Ephesus tour includes walk and bus transport to see all attractions including the ruins of Ephesus, the Virgin Mary's house and

Aphrodisias Tour : From Selcuk & Pamukkale in Turkey
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This Aphrodisias Tour visits the ancient ruins of Turkey. Pick up from Selcuk, Kusadasi, Izmir or Pamukkale hotels and cruise ports. Museum

Adventure Sports for your Holiday in the Antalya Region - Teletext Holid...
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The Adventure Rope Park in Kemer covers 15,000 square metres of forest connected by numerous zip-lining courses for all levels; beginners an

Exploring the Old City of Istanbul Called Sultanahmet - Teletext Holiday...
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This district was the former operational hub for the Byzantine and Ottoman empires and these days, all buildings and historical monuments be

See Pamukkale - The White Cotton Castle of Turkey
www.ephesuswalks.com

This Pamukkale tour leaves from Selcuk, Kusadasi or Izmir and includes the ancient ruins of Hierapolis. It is a day trip but can be extended

It was my second visit and this time, I went on a tour and enjoyed it a lot more. A guide really does bring the place alive although the signage is good if you don't have one.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Turkey has a heatwave on at the moment so avoid visiting it in midday. Instead try to get there early or late at night but most of all see the Roman theatre
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I have used this company for private tours in Pamukkale and Cappadocia. Top notch service on both occasions. It was great to have my own guide and driver. We were also able to deviate from the itinerary if I wanted to see something at the last minute. Perfect days out and would use them again
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I stayed here in May for 2 nights and was very sorry to leave. It is a luxury boutique hotel with five rooms and the owners aim is to make people feel like it is their home! He has certainly achieved this. The staff are friendly, informative and chatty. Breakfast is a full range of traditional Turkish items and the cheese omelets are to die for. The beds make you feel like you don't want to get out because they are so comfty. Whenever I return to Cappadocia, this will be the hotel that I choose.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Had a great day out on the Blue tour. Experienced and knowledgeable guide, excellent driver and a well planned tour for lunch, breaks and places to visit. This is a well organized and will most certainly book with them again
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
A wonderful and informative website. Owner is very knowledgeable about local and regional history. Look him up if you need a guide for the area
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reviewed 5 months ago