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Old 04-08-2007, 09:45   #1
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Have You Ever Experienced Neopolistour in Turkey ?

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Have you ever experienced neopolistour in TURKEY ? can you tell me about that if it is possible ??? thanks
And what is a neopolistour?

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Itís a commercial tour operation, and this post is likely a thinly veiled spam.
Neopolis Travel Agency : Ephesus, Didym, Milette, Priene, Pamukkale, Istanbul, Anadolu, Anatolian Tours

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Neopolistour in Turkey

I am not sure what the problem is.... Is it that it looks so cheap and you are wondering whether that can be really true. Actually, turkey is one of the most beautiful countries in the world and very inexpensive.

So if the question is.... Can this be true. Then in this case it probably is. The last time I was there....which was some 12 years ago... You could get very good meal, wine, drinks for around $6USD per person and that was in Istanbul.... Once you were away from the main connurbations it was much cheaper still! Turkey has an association of travel agents. If they are registered then I see no problem.

Turkey is a facinating place and if you get south to Bodrum you have a massive charter fleet to rent and a great sailing area.
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"I am not sure what the problem is..."

Single post on a land based tour on a sailing forum?? Spam Alert.
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Hi Alan
Also did 10 years there and will be going back in May. But no longer the inexpensive place it used to be. I hear it's the second most expensive for petrol in the EU. ( Even though it's not in the EU yet) Apparently most of the rules, tax's etc for the EU have already been implemented.
I never even bothered to claim for petrol in those days and I drove a land rover county.

Still got a great price for a marina berth though.

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Gord - it IS thinly veiled SPAM - HIS posts has been removed from the multiple cross postings - but I left this thread up as there was a good response about Turkey.

And, FYI, this is his second screen name doing the same thing

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