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Postby Billy » Thu May 24, 2012 2:28 pm

so how is the wheather in antalya? it mus be getty hot now. i think you can already swim in the sea. have you got some news?
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Postby Renata » Sat May 26, 2012 5:45 pm

oh it's really hot Billy & konyaalti beach is lovely, .. I had a good swim & I've gone quite dark lol ... everyone thinks I'm Iranian now :oops:

how u doing billy, what's new?
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Postby Billy » Sat May 26, 2012 7:58 pm

Renata nice to hear you enjoyed Konyaalti and had a swim :) Did you have explored the Beach Park?

Me, just preparing for the great move :). Things are going well so far. In around 2 weeks I should be in Turkey. I will stay for a while in Ankara as I have some things to do there and I would have some time to search the beach area online. I want to rent a lovely appartement there hopefully with seaview :) and have some nice time there and maybe I can get my foot in the door in the tourism business as I can speak German, English and Turkish.

And later on I want to to do the SEA thing :)

Keep me updated about Turkey :). Prabably you will watch Alanya, Side, Kemer as they are very close.

And hey Iranian girls are hot. So it´s not a bad thing :). One of the hottest girls I ever did see was Iranian. Pure sexyness. OMG :)
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Postby NorthAmericanguy » Sat May 26, 2012 8:30 pm

Welcome!
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Postby Jester » Sat May 26, 2012 11:23 pm

Renata wrote:oh it's really hot Billy & konyaalti beach is lovely, .. I had a good swim & I've gone quite dark lol ... everyone thinks I'm Iranian now :oops:


Everyone thinks Persians are good-looking, so that should be no problem....

.....unless you've been introducing yourself as Buffy from Malibu.
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Postby Renata » Sun May 27, 2012 12:16 am

That sounds great Billy, ... I went for an apartment closer to the town center & all I can see from my balcony is the tram-line lol ... big mistake, the sea view is much better. It's not too hard to find work here either, .... tourism is especially good if your english is great.
Turkey is so nice Billy 8) .... you know I didn't need a visa for here; I just came & got a 3 month stamp. When I got work I had to get a work permit, instead they gave me a 1 year residency & the officer said come back before it expires & he'll give me 5 year residency extension. I can't believe that they're practically giving it away. :D

If anyone's interested in migrating, here's the immigration link
http://en.antalya.pol.tr/index.php?opti ... icle&id=45

Jester I'm definitely no Buffy from Malibu lol ... At first I was kind of blending in as turk or some thought I was arabic,... now everyone asks if I'm from iran ... that's a first. ... The hardest thing is they like to ask where I'm from,.. & when I say Trinidad' no one knows where that is lol ... if I mention venezuela is next door then they say ohhhhhh Chavez' :)
anyway it's nice being mysterious in a foreign land 8)
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Postby Renata » Sun May 27, 2012 12:18 am

Thanks NorthAmericanguy, nice to meet you
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Postby Billy » Sun Jun 24, 2012 6:24 am

I am in Turkey now :) loving it so far :). My relatives are very nice to me so it´s no wonder :)

The weather is flawless :) though little bit hot :)

Renata what are you doing? :)
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Postby Renata » Tue Jun 26, 2012 3:15 pm

ya billy it's too hot I keep mysef in AC lol .. I'm working billy & enjoying myself :)

I had a job intrview in Hatay Antakya recently It went well ... do u know anything about hatay? I just spent 2 days & didn't gather to much. Everyone there just says it's really nice lol
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Postby Billy » Tue Jun 26, 2012 7:09 pm

don´t know much about hatay but there is a big population of arabs there. should be a nice land :)

why do you want to move? didn´t you get a new contract in antalya?
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Postby Renata » Tue Jun 26, 2012 7:55 pm

yes, but this job is with a realy good college & I wanted to go to this interview :)
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Postby Winston » Tue Jun 26, 2012 8:04 pm

Hi Renata,
Oh you are from Turkey?

How come so many Turkish guys go to Russia? Is it hard for them to get girls in Turkey?
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Postby Billy » Wed Jun 27, 2012 6:40 am

Winston, she is from the carribean.

Renata,
I see good luck.

I will also be in the south in 2 weeks for a short holiday :)
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Postby Renata » Wed Jun 27, 2012 10:25 am

Winston wrote:Hi Renata,
Oh you are from Turkey?

How come so many Turkish guys go to Russia? Is it hard for them to get girls in Turkey?

I'm Trinidadian by nationality, my mother is venezuelan & my father is indian, I just work here in turkey.

I think lots of guys go to meet women in Russia because it may be easier for a full reltionship. I know here if you meet a tukish girl, which is easy they are open to chatting & being friends but if you want more then you'll have to meet their family, get engaged etc.

I know lots of couples that live together & are engaged. They are the more liberal & educated turkish from the city. The village turks & the turks from the towns are more conservative & traditional.

Turkey is an interesting country Winston. In antalya you fine lots of slavic girls, ukrainian, polish, kazacks, georgians, iranians, persians, arabs etc. Prostitution is legal here as well, they have places for it, & the hookers pay tax lol.

Lots of expats here married to turkish women are happy but they say when u marry a turk u marry the whole family lol. There are some very open-minded turks in istanbul & antalya you'll find them at the clubs etc ... Billy & publcduene may know better than me

Billy that's great. Hatay looked ok I did notice all the arabs & jews there from hearing hebrew & arabic some places I went... have fun & tc :)
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