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... li>Mustafa Kemal Atatürk raised literacy from 6 to 95%. feed the people was his first priority. Now Turkey is down to 26% arable land, 25% of population are farmers. All land privately owned, tax free, subsidised to feed the other 75%. ...
... Brits, the French, the Greeks, the Italians and the Armenians. Mustafa didn’t think this was right at all (and he’s absolutely correct in thinking this way) so he amassed a small army, gathered everyone in Ankara and proceeded to take back his country region by region, kicking out the foreigners one by one. He was cunning though, because after all this was done, he never gave the power back to the sultan. He said that a country should belong ...
... to its tiles inside the building being……that’s it again….being green in color! Voila!
As we left the premises, from the top of the hill, the entire city could be seen....everything looked so peaceful and quiet while in the horizon, the light fog slowly lifted giving it a mystical appearance in the process!
... about 10-12 locals. It was fantastic. He introduced us to his friends, who were all jovially playing and singing into the late night. Ryan and I sat down, had some tea, and before long, the circle of musicians invited us to sit with them. They tried to hand up these odd flute-like instruments, but I pointed at the classical guitar hanging on the wall instead. They handed it to me and before I knew it I was rockin out with a troupe of Turkish music lovers until about ...
... br> air, squeezing bubbles all over us and giving us a bit of a massage
while washing us off. After the final rinse with warm water, we felt
all fluffy and new! The treatment cost us $20 each! Now, that's an
experience we won't forget
We spent 5 hours on the bus from Egirdir to Konya, which is a prime
agricultural area. Although the land is very arid, drip irrigation
allows small plots of farmland to be cultivated with various ...