Thursday, October 13, 2011

A Question from a Reader

A new reader has written this email and I wanted to post it. Perhaps somebody here in Turkey can offer some assistance.

Hi there! I was just searching for reputed blogs on Turkey and find yours.
Right now I'm thinking on fleeing the harsh Bulgarian winter and travel to beautiful Turkey to a warm and nice spot.
These last days I was busy searching on the web houses for rent in the area of Antalya, Mugla, Fethiye... It is indeed a tricky task as there are so many web sites with tourist prices. And when I finally found some Turkish sites they were all rather dull, obsolete and hard to navigate through.
I wonder if you or somebody who reads this can please help me, does anybody know any efficient and serious rental agents or some way to get a nice house for a reasonable prize? We are looking for a small or medium sized villa for a 6 months period, from November untl April or March. I understand the area of Antalya and Mugla have mild winter temperatures. Anybody knows some other warm areas in Turkey to spend the winter?
Well, just to say how much I like this blog, it has many interesting pictures and political stuff!

Any ideas?

Nomadic Politica

Recently I have been contributing to another blog, PoliticalGates, writing about politics. Generally I stick to American politics but I have occasionally opened it up to write about International subjects. My last big post (three part) deals with the Confirmation Hearings of Clarence Thomas. So many things I learned while researching too.

I find researching a topic quite interesting because you never know where it will take you. Anyway, in order not to monopolize another person's blog, I have decided to open a new blog which will showcase my political articles. Here is the link. http://nomadicpolitca.blogspot.com/

NPIf you like reading about politics, then be sure to stop by. Right now there is a three part investigation about a certain Fox News show host, her husband and their Scientology connections.

LiveJournal Tags: ,

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails