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AP6380's Trip Report: Turkey and Southern Italy (Calabria)

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I don't think I will be starting the actual report for awhile, but I wanted to post just in case anyone has any questions.

Our itinerary was as follows:
3 nights Istanbul at the Blue House (Mavi Ev)
3 nights Kalkan at Hotel Pirat
2 nights Bodrum at the Su Hotel
3 nights Kusadasi at Hotel Kismet
2 nights back in Istanbul
7 nights at my family's home in Calabria

Turkey was everything I had hoped it would be. Istanbul was very interesting, we couldn't walk a block without talking to someone. The men were very forward, asking me questions about whether I had a boyfriend, etc. in front of my father! We were often mistaken for Turks and had some interesting experiences because of this.

Please ask any questions and I hope to add to this thread soon!

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