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    Turkey's Aegean Hideaway: Your Guide to Alaçati

    Alaçati is a Turkish town with a Greek history that today blurs the boundaries of both. It’s a popular place for both tourists and locals to enjoy lazy days by the beach and busy nights in the...
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    A Taste of Turkey: Künefe in Antakya

    Our road trip around Central Turkey introduced us to many fabulous local foods. Desserts were always a highlight.We tasted fabulous icecream in Kahramanmaras and ate mouth watering baklava and katmer in Gaziantep. Antakya is known to...
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    Exploring Gallipoli and Remembering the ANZACs

    As the sun rises over Anzac Cove in Gallipoli on the 25th April this year, Australia and New Zealand will remember this day, one hundred years ago, when the Anzacs, the Australian and New Zealand Army...
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    A Taste of Turkey: Katmer from Gaziantep

        Gaziantep may be famous for it’s baklava but there’s another delicious pastry that it is just as well known for: katmer. Straight from the oven, this sweet, flaky pastry pillow of kaymak and...
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    Sunday Snap: Red Peppers in Gaziantep

    Winter’s coming to Turkey and it’s time to make sure you have enough dried vegetables for the cold winter’s months ahead. Housewives have been busy stringing red peppers, eggplant, zucchinis and okra and hanging them...
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    The Black Sea Town of Inebolu

    With our stay at Amasra on the Black Sea over, we started our drive along the coast. Slowing us down were the ongoing roadworks to improve the narrow, windy road. We made a couple of stops on...

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