Turkey Archive

  • Tweet Turkey has a surprisingly large collection of great hiking trails, something I wasn’t really aware ahead of time and left me wanting to explore more after I left. One […]

    Hiking Along the Lycian Way to Oludeniz Blue Lagoon

    Tweet Turkey has a surprisingly large collection of great hiking trails, something I wasn’t really aware ahead of time and left me wanting to explore more after I left. One […]

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  • Tweet Abandoned since 1923, the ghost town of Kayakoy is an interesting place to visit, not far from the touristy hub of Fethiye. The attraction at Kayakoy is being able […]

    Kayakoy – A Ghost Town in Turkey

    Tweet Abandoned since 1923, the ghost town of Kayakoy is an interesting place to visit, not far from the touristy hub of Fethiye. The attraction at Kayakoy is being able […]

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  • Tweet One thing I really enjoyed about Turkey was the food! I’m not really a foodie traveller, but I do enjoy some good sweets, meats and treats. After many kebaps, […]

    Tasty Gozleme in Turkey

    Tweet One thing I really enjoyed about Turkey was the food! I’m not really a foodie traveller, but I do enjoy some good sweets, meats and treats. After many kebaps, […]

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  • Tweet Not far from Selçuk is the old Orthodox hillside village of Şirince. This small Turkish village is famous for it’s wines, olive oils and crafts and is a popular place for local (Turkish) tourists. It’s […]

    Genuinely Fake – The Markets of Sirince, Turkey

    Tweet Not far from Selçuk is the old Orthodox hillside village of Şirince. This small Turkish village is famous for it’s wines, olive oils and crafts and is a popular place for local (Turkish) tourists. It’s […]

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  • Tweet Some houses are just…different. I’ve often wondered what possesses people to display garden gnomes all around their yard, but in Turkey I saw something that was even stranger. The Pinocchio house was a […]

    The Strange Pinocchio House

    Tweet Some houses are just…different. I’ve often wondered what possesses people to display garden gnomes all around their yard, but in Turkey I saw something that was even stranger. The Pinocchio house was a […]

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