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20.       alameda
3499 posts
 19 Nov 2008 Wed 08:23 pm


Quoting vineyards

Unfortunately, we have a few contributors whose only concern seems to be peeking fun at others´ posts. There are also those users who do their best to show their hatred of this country.


Unfortunately again, we do have a number overly patriotic members who think they can defend the country´s image through gutter fight.


Luckily, Turkey is an old and culturally diversified country where anyone wishing could find something interesting and worth loving.  It is beyond doubt that there are so many problems in this country too. In the end, it all depends on your intention.


So true vineyards. I can only say Istanbul is an amazing city; so filled with history, you feel the thousands of years of civilizations that have been there. It´s like a multidimensional city.


21.       Trudy
7887 posts
 19 Nov 2008 Wed 08:37 pm


Quoting lady in red

You know what they say - ´if you can´t insult your friends.........´  (actually not too sure who ´they´ are but I think this is true).  Conversely, I find I am always most polite to the people I don´t like - in fact the less I like them the politer I am!


 Ouch..... you are always so polite to me on MSN....

22.       Trudy
7887 posts
 19 Nov 2008 Wed 08:39 pm

When people ask me which city in Turkey I like most, my answer is never Istanbul. Why? Because it is incompareble, all others would loose that ´contest´ at once. Istanbul is Istanbul, above all others (at least in Turkey).

23.       Irishclove
111 posts
 19 Nov 2008 Wed 09:34 pm

You could spend a lifetime in Istanbul and still not see every aspect of it.  The whole city is such a wonder.  I got married in Istanbul and we took a big boat trip at night since it was Ramaddan and we tried to get around the eating time.  Istanbul is absolutely breathtaking at night.  Everyone wanted to tell me things, even though I did not understand Turkish and all I could do is stare outside.  I am not a very emotional person, but it was so beautiful, so beautiful I wanted to cry.  I guess in a sense Istabul was the bride that evening.

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