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My wife and I moved to Izmir from Canada recently. We're researching and exploring other cities such as Fethiye, Kas, and Koycegiz. We plan to rent a car next week and stay in these 3 cities a few nights to get a feel of the place and if we like them, we'll come back again to explore more. We're looking for a place with warmer weather than Izmir (Izmir has been quite cold this February); more green places such as forests, large parks, ... for morning runs or evening strolls as opposed to a large city with lots of buildings and shopping malls; a live city so it's not dead in the winter; and finally a city that has a large expat community living there. I don't like big cities and my wife doesn't like small villages so we hope to find a place in the middle to please both of us. A quick background about us, we're both in our 40s, without children, and working remotely. We're not much into dining or bars, but more into nature, picnic, and outdoor activities. I'd appreciate if you can recommend good and safe neighbourhoods in above cities, preferably the ones with expat community living there. We plan to live in a sitesi (residential complex) with 24/7 security and a swimming pool. Also, I would appreciate if you can share your experience, views and tips about these cities please. Thanks in advance.
Just over a week to the next Koycegiz WOW! meeting on 4 October. Everyone welcome - you just need basic English to join in so it's a good opportunity to explore something new and practice the language too! Share, chat, relax, learn, enjoy, mingle, chill, meet...... 11 am to 1 pm. Dogusbelen - Close to Koycegiz, and on the Dolmus route. Hope to see you! https://www.facebook.com/events/297747473762971/?ref=2ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
Saturday 6 September is WOW! day.... Mark it in your calendar now. 11am to 1pm in Dogusbelen, close to Koycegiz The topic chosen by those at the last meeting is SHAMANISM. So if you want to discuss the what's, why's, and wherefore's of Shamanism, do come along. The more the merrier! No charge for attending, plenty of parking, close to Koycegiz and on the dolmus route from Koycegiz. https://www.facebook...442824912629893