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#1 Judith A. Bowers

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Posted 20 February 2009 - 12:01

In early January 2009, I completed my 16th holiday to Turkey in 7.5 years. During those wonderful trips, I have explored about 90 percent of this remarkable nation from the most sprawling cities to the most remote highland villages.

I find Turkey to be an exceptionally beautiful country with hospitable people, delicious food, and intoxicating music. The captivating customs, astonishing architecture, and amazing artistry create a breathtaking historical mosaic. From splendid Istanbul to otherworldly Cappadocia to the spectacular Black Sea to the exotic East to the sparkling Turquoise Coast, Turkey is an unsurpassed destination.

One is not a tourist but a traveler in Turkey. As I have embraced the culture, so have I been embraced by the warmth and kindness of the people all along my journeys—a true testament to their unselfish and altruistic natures. Deeply impressed with the emphasis that Turks place on preserving their rich cultural heritage, while simultaneously pressing for progress, I now consider myself an unofficial ambassador for Turkey with the fervent wish that my love for that extraordinary country will serve as a catalyst to ignite the flame of fascination in others.

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Posted 21 February 2009 - 06:55

One is not a tourist but a traveler in Turkey. As I have embraced the culture, so have I been embraced by the warmth and kindness of the people all along my journeys—a true testament to their unselfish and altruistic natures. Deeply impressed with the emphasis that Turks place on preserving their rich cultural heritage, while simultaneously pressing for progress, I now consider myself an unofficial ambassador for Turkey with the fervent wish that my love for that extraordinary country will serve as a catalyst to ignite the flame of fascination in others.

I do not think I can add anything to this comment...
Thank you and welcome on board....

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