Limes!!! (or green lemons?)

I have seen limes from time to time in Turkey, but not often. The first time was on vacation at a restaurant in Kas. I hunted them down afterwards and finally found one store selling them. They were imported and extremely expensive. More recently, I have seen them at specialty shops usually around the holidays. ... Continue Reading →

What did, do, the Protestors Want?

It was very early in the protests when I realized that no one was actually voicing their opinion.  They weren't clearly stating what they wanted.  Obviously, much like Occupy Wall St., it was hard to do.  The protests were growing around the country, but there was no clear leader.  No one to make demands. One... Continue Reading →

Warning from US Embassy – Adana

The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens traveling to or living in Turkey that the U.S. Consulate General in Adana has been authorized to draw down its non-emergency staff and family members because of threats against U.S. government facilities and personnel.  The Department of State recommends that U.S. citizens defer non-essential travel to southeastern... Continue Reading →

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