I like travelling, family history and reading books. I am ESL teacher in High Junior school and at University.
Lucky you were in Turkey before the refugee invasion.The country is in a turmoil at present - what to do and what not to do?? And the Russians are bloody annoying them with airspace violations! Turkey and Australia have very close wonderful "bonded relations" due to Gallipoli in WW1. With the present situation come Anzac Day ceremonies on the Gallipoli foreshore this year - 25th April, it will be interesting to see what alerts etc are put in place.Shocking business.Google "Gallipoli Ceremonies" for more information.CheersColin
Colin yes it was great opportunity to see this spacious country. Turkey is very varied poor and rich. But Cappadocia is amazing
I'm aware of those 'blue eye things', and I can't understand how people in many countries are so superstitious. Have researched and read and still don't understand.
Margaret you are right. But I also have some at home lok lovely
I like to shop in small local shops, too, and especially to give my money to the person who made the item. We try to shop local and handmade as much as possible and support people rather than huge stores like Walmart. I hope this lady's shop is very successful!
Cynthia yesa it nice to support local gifted shopkeepers..
I always love going to shops like that Gosia!
An interesting souvenir shop.
Yes and it was located far from big cities..
I've never been to Turkey, but the items look interesting!
Linda fantastic wonderful country and rich in landmarks but now not very safe
Everything looks quite colorful!