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Website traffic is at an all-time high since the dreadful incidents on Friday. In this article, I attempt to answer everyone's questions

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Readers are asking whether Turkey is safe from ISIS and terrorism and should they cancel their holiday. In this article, I look at all the factors that will help you decide
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New post on the impressive ancient library of Celsus at the ruins of Ephesus

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The Celsus Library of Ephesus, built in 135AD used to hold 12,000 scrolls and is one of the highlights of the ancient ruins on the Aegean coast of Turkey.
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Hello everyone, there is a 250 Euro Wimdu voucher up for grabs on the Turkish Travel Blog. Enter to win. The prize can be used anywhere in the world. Good luck

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Wimdu, the accommodation provider that helps travelers find their ideal overnight property is giving away a 250 Euro voucher.
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New article on a book review for the recently released "Turkey Street" Comical tales of eccentric locals and humurous expats in  Turkey.

Great book to read for those who are interested in expat life as they join communities of Turks in Bodrum

http://turkishtravelblog.com/expat-living-turkey-street-by-jack-scott/

#bookstore #stories  
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So after returning to Avanos in the Cappadocia region of Turkey, I updated my post to include a visit to the strange and weird Hair museum!

http://turkishtravelblog.com/avanos-cappadocia-turkey/
Avanos in Cappadocia, Turkey has 2 reasons for you to visit. Pottery workshops & demonstrations and a strange hair museum by Chez Galip. The town sits by the Red River
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How excited was I to unexpectedly visit Laodicea, ruins of one of the Seven Churches of Revelation

http://turkishtravelblog.com/laodicea-the-seven-churches-of-revelation/

#newtestament #bible  
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Last in the four part series about Turkey's greatest historical ruins, the ancient city of Ephesus

http://turkishtravelblog.com/ephesus-turkey-ancient-ruins-city/
Ephesus, is Turkey's greatest ancient city. The ruins of houses, temples, a library, theatre and more are historical treasures that everyone should visit.
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Part 2 in the Ephesus series - Touring the Roman terrace houses.

http://turkishtravelblog.com/roman-terrace-houses-ephesus-turkey/
The Roman Terrace Houses of Ephesus, Turkey are open to the public at an extra charge. It is worth paying it to see the mosaics and old buildings.
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In conjunction with Hipmunk - A Guide to Attractions of the Sultanahmet District of Istanbul

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Guide to attractions in the Sultanahmet area of Istanbul including the Hippodrome, Blue mosque, museums, Hagia Sophia, Basilica Cistern and Topkapi Palace
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One of the most frequent readers questions answered

When is the best time to visit Turkey?

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Which is your favourite month?
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By my good friend Cameron Deggin over at Property Turkey. A new article titled "Can you live in Turkey without speaking the language?"

What do you think?

http://www.propertyturkey.com/blog-turkey/living-in-turkey-will-the-language-barrier-be-a-problem
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New post about my visit to Soganli Valley ; an intruiging area of old cave churches and an abandoned village

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I was not expecting much from Soganli Valley. In guidebooks, the likes of Ihlara or Pigeon Valley overshadow its presence. Yet, I was pleasantly surprised. Sitting off the beaten path in the Cappadocia region, the pigeon houses carved into the rock fairy chimneys, and ancient cave churches promoted a surreal appearance but I was mostly …
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Travelling around Turkey to learn about the people, culture, food and traditions.
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My experiences as I travel around Turkey, meeting the people, tasting the food, exploring the sites and learning about Turkish culture and traditions.