The Perfidious Turk

Our fat perfidious landlord has unveiled his dastardly intention to evict us should he find a buyer for the house. This is in spite of our two year tenancy agreement and faultless payment history. We will jump before we are pushed. Our minds are now set on change and this is the opportunity to cast our net wider than sleepy Yalıkavak. We now know there is more to the Bodrum Peninsula than living in an igloo with a view on the edge of a ghost town populated by street dogs and feral felines. Besides, the vile Vikings are back for the spring and I don’t relish the prospect of enduring the whinging drivel from miserable Cnut or the sight of vapid Ragnild’s gravity ravaged baps. Despite the temporary bedlam, a Bodrum in shiny new livery looks promising.

3 thoughts on “The Perfidious Turk

  1. Jack, despite looking like an area under assault from international terrorists, Bodrum is indeed a wonderful town. Cosmopolitan yet there are still Turkish delights to be discovered. Year round entertainment, restaurants and bars and the promise of tap water every day! (Well we’ll see about that one).
    Come in from the hills and join those of us from Bodrum / Gumbet where you will be very welcome!


  2. Carol, when Bodrum runs out of water because no one has the brains to notice the decrease in water pressure during the summer and the lack of rain water collection in the winter, then what? Look around the Bodrum peninsula, there are old rain water collection cisterns everywhere but no modern ones. Now why is that? I would hope that developers like yourself could see this problem.


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