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2007 Winter in Kusadasi by Trudy

With a stopover at my mum's I travel to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. Tomorrow early in the morning there is no public transport to the railway station. For the coming night I can't make a reservation for a cab and just going at random is too risky. What if I can't get a taxi or if it is not ... continue

Kackar Daglari, North Eastern Anatolia: A Hiking Trip by Libralady

I never thought I would be standing at the top of a mountain, beside a muleteer and his mule, laden with the baggage we could not carry, but I was lucky enough to have this experience in August 2007. How did I get to this point? ... continue

Democracy and Citizenship: Election Experiences in Turkey by MarioninTurkey

Early in the year, if you went past the "muhtar" building you would see sheets of paper hanging on a washing line, blowing in the wind. Well, at least that is how it looked to the casual observer from abroad. The "muhtar" - traditionally the village headman, but the neighborhood officer who deals with government business - is important in the ... continue

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