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Old 12th October 2009, 22:34   #1 (permalink)
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Driving to Turkey

Has anybody dared to drive to Akbuk yet from England? If so any suggestions?
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Old 12th October 2009, 22:38   #2 (permalink)
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Just a dream for me at the mo. A few more years and I,m gonna do it!
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my husband and his brother drove from liverpool to marmaris,they got the ferry from ancona in italy to cesme in turkey and six months later drove back.as the car has to leave turkey after 6 months.
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Old 12th October 2009, 23:03   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Driving to Turkey

My husband drove from the Northwest to Altinkum last June,then drove back in August. We were planning on driving our Turkish car back at the end of the year. By that time the ferry from cesmse to Ancona will have finished for the year. Don’t want to risk driving through bulgaria e.tc cos of the weather.
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Re: Driving to Turkey

Hi Herts
Use the Search facility (right end of toolbar) with various keywords as I have seen bits and pieces on driving to Turkey in the past on TLF. Just had a quick look in Planes, Trains & Automobiles forum & there is a 'sticky' by Dalid**? from mid 2008 which may be of use to you. Maybe a clever person will come along after me and be able to do a link to shortcut to that post (beyond me I am afraid). If you do do it please post your experiences as it would be interesting to read all about it.
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how do I reply? to a post I have just become a member
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Well, you HAVE just replied. What do you not understand ?
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Sorry I am one of the new kids on the block first time in Turkish forum and its a wealth of information. I am a silver surfer looking for as much learning as possible from all you well informed lovely people.
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Sorry I am one of the new kids on the block first time in Turkish forum and its a wealth of information. I am a silver surfer looking for as much learning as possible from all you well informed lovely people.
Hi modgirl and welcome. It's probably a good idea to have poke about reading all the threads for a day or so to get used to it and then if you like you could introduce yourself in the introduction section. You'll find quite a few friendly folk will stop by and say hi to you. Not everyone is certain about using forums to begin with so don't worry and don't be intimidated by anyone who is a little harsh with you!.
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Re: Driving to Turkey

We have driven to Turkey several times. The easiest route we took was ferry from Venice to Patras - drive to Athens - ferry Athens to Kos -ferry Kos - Bodrum. Plain sailing!!
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