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post #41 of 42 (permalink) Old 06-08-2014, 05:17
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Re turkey trotting

Hi again all, very helpful info on turkey thankyou, would def like to travel first time with someone, but not to get in each other's pockets of course! We also like the idea of house sitting any time we are not travelling , of course, we can provide good character references and as I speak we are looking after a house + very large pyrranean mountain dog! Who is extremely demanding, we love dogs and cats, and are very active, got to be with aforementioned dog! We don't have house, only camper and narrowboat, agreed it would be a great thread to have on here about house and animal sitting! Thanks for info guys, gonna do our best to get to turkey next year, in spring when warming up! Thanks anne and roy
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Turkey is I think the most campervan friendly country we have yet to visit, and quite a few of us have posted overnight stops, Don Madge, Peejay etc so there should be a map on the forum complete with GPS co-ordinates.

There is also water nearly everywhere, springs gushing out of the hillside are captured and set in a stone basin. The loos at petrol stations are the smartest we have ever encountered anywhere, absolutely state-of-the-art.

That said, Parking places are mostly rough ground, unpaved. The roads come and go, they are always re-doing them, but it is often not somewhere for fast driving.

There are so many Greek ruins in the West, that you might BE in Greece, and many of the Greek myths are set in what is now Turkey. Also many contemporary Lykian tombs.
The scenery in the West and South is breathtakingly beautiful, islands and headlands in a sparkling sea, or bathed in mist.

Look on Magbaz website too, under Fellow Travellers, all our accounts are in there, but you soon feel at home.

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