My Turkey Journey

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  1. amoy

    amoy Senior Member Senior Member

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    Keep posting more photos and enjoy your trip.

    P.S.: Be careful. That Islamofascist Sultan Erdogan might confiscate your camera.
     
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    Razor CIDs from Tamilnadu Senior Member

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    He better be more careful of the grey wolves, which has operated in the past (and still may) in Xinjiang for the Uyghurs.
    They are sometimes known to attack mongoloids. Recently (or maybe not so recently) they attacked SoKoreans, thinking that they were chinese.
     
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    VaghaDeva The Wise Wolf

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    Anatolia does not belong to Turkey their origins are Central Asia.

    The Grey Wolves have no business doing that.
     
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    Safranbolu

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    Imo Turkey is safe and Turks are very friendly and generally secular, as far as I have met.

    ~~Still waters run deep. ~~from my MiPad using tapatalk
     
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    VaghaDeva The Wise Wolf

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    was the food good?
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    Generally ok such as their doner kebab. But sometimes over salty or sour, to my taste. (Many)Turks in the relatively developed eastern / coastal part are proud of their "European" heritage and wish to be recognized as part of the "West" an synonym of "modernity" rather than of the "Mid East".

    ~Tapa talks: Orange is the new black.~
     
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