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By Kay McMahon | Published: 7 May 2012
A review of Perking the Pansies by Jack Scott - an autobiographical account of Jack and his civil partner Liam's move to Turkey. A wickedly funny, colourful and emotional roller-coaster of a read!
By Jack Scott | Published: 27 April 2012
"I studied the steady stream of strollers; all ages and all types gently ambled by. As I watched, I wondered if there was such a thing as a typical Turkish type, akin to an English rose, Celtic redhead or blond Swede. What hit me was the rich diversity of Turks, a veritable United Nations of a people, from ginger to dusky, European to oriental." Jack Scott muses on the racial mélange of modern Turkey - and the rest of the
By Jack Scott | Published: 12 April 2012
From his vantage point in Turkey, Jack Scott ponders the perennial question of where Asia ends and Europe begins!
By Jack Scott | Published: 8 April 2012
"Imagine two historic nations finally emerging from the long shadow of empire destroyed by world war and trying to forge a new role." Jack Scott explains that there are more similarities between Britain and Turkey than many realise.
By Trevor Dykes | Published: 27 August 2005
"I can't tell you precisely where I am. This isn't a matter of secrecy. It's a consequence of my overall unfamiliarity with the local geography and the fact that most of the road signs are in Turkish. I don't know if they're hoping to direct me to the next town or a golf course." Trevor Dykes invades the Turkish Riviera...