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Pirimehmet Mah. Suleyman Demirel Bulv. No:67, Isparta, Isparta, Turkey | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Isparta

My day in Egirdir, Isparta, Turkey (Summer 2013)

A travel blog entry by n.saadi13


... made it to Isparta, or Eğirdir to be precise. The first thing we did was drove to some friend's house, and recovered from the long journey by drinking traditional çay and eating much deserved biscuits. The view from their balcony was IMMENSE. I could only imagine waking up to seeing something so beautiful. I'd never get tired of it. (I'll attach photos at the side.) Basically, we could see the whole of their Lake District which was so blue it looked artificial, ...

Back in Turkey: strong çay and baby animals

A travel blog entry by suzymartin


... papers (our Turkish isn't quite up that yet), and in the news online. It's been interesting to listen to different interpretations of the politics, from locals to international journalists. It's been on tv a lot, but otherwise Turkey feels no different to last time we visited. We're heading towards Konya next, then south to Antakya (where the school we'll be teaching at is).


Suzy xx



A travel blog entry by panzaverde

... he had only leg power!

On our return to town we saw people queued up at the local butcher, waiting to use the giant meat mincer...

In our pleasant hostel on the first night we met a British expat who had lived in Ankara for 10 years. Curiously, the only thing he missed from home was parsnips!

He was a bit gloomy about Turkey's prospects, noting ...

Monkeys in Trees, Girl in Fountain

A travel blog entry by ssfahring


A friend of ours started a website called Antalya Central. From time to time trips are put together to go to various places around Antalya. A van is rented and off we go. This was our first trip with them so we didn't know what to expect.

Sagalassos has history dating back to 8000 BCE and has been conquered ...

Man market

A travel blog entry by sarahimray

I arrived at the Egirdir market to find me a husband, and left with a bag of olives. The weekly market has traditionally been a meeting place for for the local singles scene which sounded kinda fun, but save for a few cute Irish looking guys selling pickled vegetables there were just 80-something locals staring at my bare shoulders.

The fresh produce in these markets make me sad. Sad that even if ...


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