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Dariahoney replied to the thread Where to move to on the Turkey forum:
Dariahoney initially posted:
I am American and plan to move to Turkey to be with my fiance. He currently lives in Adana. Neither of us want to stay there. It's lovely but the climate is much to hot for our liking. We are exploring options and ask for your help in deciding where to move. We prefer cooler, drier climate, preferably in the West, near a major city but not too close. We would appreciate input from those who are familiar with a particular area or city. Thank you very much for your ideas :D
Dariahoney replied most recently with:
Thank you ... I'll check out those towns. I appreciate your offer of information. I'll keep in touch with any questions I have. First one: Are you happy with where you live? daria
dentist replied most recently with:
hi,? guess bodrum ...turgutreis will be fine for you....humidity level is ok...maybe a little bit more expensive than adana...I'm Turkish and if you want to learn more ?'ll try to help you
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dentist replied to the thread Looking at Mugla on the Turkey forum:
TomandHamdi initially posted:
I am looking at the possibility of relocating to Mugla from the US. What is the climate in this city and region for American Ex-pats? Any experiences pro or con?
dentist replied most recently with:
mu?la is a wonderful city...climate is perfect...?t's usually sunny...I've been living in mu?la centre for 12 years...I'm Turkish...It has touristic towns...
vurcen replied most recently with:
Hey, Mugla is one of the best places you may move. There is no snowy winters. Summers are hot but you will be close to beaches. Winters will be mild: humidity is high because it is one of the greenest cities in the country esoecially in the West. Turkey is not inexpensive. Sales taxes are here 18% to 48% (appliances, TVs included) When you purchase a car, sales tax is 60%. Insurance and yearly auto taxes are about the same. Only low tax is property taxes but real estate purchaase taxes are double. Write to me if you have any specific questions. I am an American living in Adana by the way. Al Cengiz
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Salahkilani posted looking to buy a car on the Turkey forum:
Dears, I live in Ankara and I am looking to buy a car, I preferred SUV car, Mercedes, BMW, VA and Kia SUV. Regards salah
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ANDES0214 posted Grandfathers Birth Information on the Turkey forum:
My Grandfather, Haralambos Aristides Alexiad Calfas, was born in Constantinople, Turkey on or about 25 Feb 1890. I am looking for info re: his parents and surname. Can you tell me who to contact? He and his brother, Alex, came to California, USA in the early 1900's. Thanks.
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IremMTL replied to the thread Turkish home Tutor in Gaziemir on the Turkey forum:
MarinaGlobalLT initially posted:
Hello, I'm looking for Turkish home Tutor in Gaziemir. Please contact me if you are interested: MRowe@Global-LT.com Marina
IremMTL replied most recently with:
Hi Marina! Although I live far from Gaziemir(I live in Urla),I would like to help you with your Turkish. I used to live in Montreal, Canada and I was teaching Turkish to Canadiens in different language schools and I thought maybe I can teach you Turkish as well. Thank you! Irem
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IremMTL replied to the thread izmir turkish school public .. or private school on the Turkey forum:
kate78 initially posted:
hi i have three kids my kids are do not know turkish language or ABC i am still thinking what am i suppose to do cause private school is too expensive i mean still working on it
IremMTL replied most recently with:
Hi there! Maybe it's a very late message but as an ESL teacher I can say that there are so many public schools which have much more good quality of education in Izmir. Most of the private schools just will screw out of money! Hopefully you've already found or you'll find a school to satisfy your and your kids' needs. Irem
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Briand53 posted Botanic Gardens Complex on the Turkey forum:
Looking at buying a property on this complex, however there does seem to be quite a few for sale, does anyone no a reason for this.
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property in TurkeyOur 2bdr fully furnished, fully equipped, centrally-located apartment is available from Jan 15, 2014 for 6 or 9 months.
Blackwindow replied to the thread Ex-pats living in Bursa on the Turkey forum:
dswgwiedel initially posted:
Hello, I am moving to Bursa in August and would like to do some networking with others who are living and working in Bursa. Give me a shout!
Blackwindow replied most recently with:
hi dude. i was born in bursa. if have any question. u can ask to me.( im living another city now)
arabinbursa replied most recently with:
Hi there...I'm Egyptian, f, 36 and I moved to Bursa 3 months ago. Looking to connect with people who speak either Arabic or English. By the way, I've sought a tefl job because that's what I have been doing for 13 years back home but I was surprised the rates offered here are less than what I git in Egypt.
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