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The organization that looks after Butterfly Valley in Turkey “welcomes free spirited and adventurous travelers to enjoy this unique paradise”. The goal is to keep the valley as a sanctuary that can be enjoyed forever and they do this by promoting the slogan “living in harmony with nature”.

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New article about why I plan on returning to Saklikent gorge - Have you been?

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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 of cave churches and this time, the visit went better than expected!

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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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Turkey’s biggest attraction and most beautiful landmark, Pamukkale; the UNESCO World Heritage site nicknamed “Cotton Castle” because of its white calcium thermal pools that have solidified on the side of a hill.

Have you been? http://turkishtravelblog.com/pamukkale-turkey-hierapolis-thermal-pools/
My 2-day visit to Pamukkale, Turkey that includes many attractions including thermal pools, Hierapolis ruins, Cleopatra’s Pool, the village and Archeology Museum
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New post about a wonderful morning in the old village of Cavusin, Cappadocia that has a 5th century church overlooking the new town

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Old Cavusin is in the Cappadocia region of Turkey. At the top of the village is the 5th century church of Saint John, and a marvelous view into the Rose and Red Valleys.
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Latest article in conjunction with Hipmunk. 3 Surreal places to visit in Antalya including a mountain, a mythological site and a dense forest with hidden surprises. How many have you seen?

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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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Do you want to do something different while in Turkey? If you're creative, the Turkish painting holidays are a good option. Last month, I headed off to Bodrum to do it and it was throughly good fun . The full article is below.
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I spent a week on a painting holiday in Bodrum, Turkey and while I can't claim artist status just yet, it is a hobby that I am now addicted to.
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Just finished the latest book review and loved it

An Armchair Traveller's History of Istanbul - Here's the write up

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This book of an Armchair Traveller’s History of Istanbul, written by Richard Tillinghast is a marvelous story of personal experiences and historical facts
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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.