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14 Night Package to Turkey - £90.00pp Inc, Flights, bags, transfers and hotel based on 6. @ Thomson

£90.00 @ Thomson Holidays (ThomsonFly)
Not everyone's cup of tea I know but for those who are actively searching for Turkey, this is a good price. Full package holiday for £90 per person. Hotel 4.5/5 Trip advisor. RETURN FLIGHTS FROM… Read More
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Not everyone's cup of tea I know but for those who are actively searching for Turkey, this is a good price.

Full package holiday for £90 per person. Hotel 4.5/5 Trip advisor.

RETURN FLIGHTS FROM EAST MIDLANDS (Cardiff £3 extra)

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Mon 1 May 2017 15:20 21:25
Mon 15 May 2017 22:25 00:50

Stay at the Club Evin, Marmaris.
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micpwelsh
vernon_bennett
As much as we love Turkey and go most years, if Erdogan wins his effective dictatorship vote today, there is no way we are going this year. I can't help but feel however which way the result goes, the unrest will increase in the country.
Such a shame. A secular country which is arguably one of, if not the, most liberal Islamic democracy in the Middle East is going to be essentially ruled by a sultan until 2029.
It's £90 !

So if there was a package holiday to Syria for £80, would that be a hotter deal?
42 Likes
I'm currently in Turkey on an all inclusive deal that was great value, third year in a row. Just enjoying a glass of beer in the evening sunshine...keep voting this cold please so next years holiday is as cheap.
38 Likes
As much as we love Turkey and go most years, if Erdogan wins his effective dictatorship vote today, there is no way we are going this year. I can't help but feel however which way the result goes, the unrest will increase in the country.

Such a shame. A secular country which is arguably one of, if not the, most liberal Islamic democracy in the Middle East is going to be essentially ruled by a sultan until 2029.
23 Likes
How dare the Turkish people have a vote & decide what they want.

So hypocritical of the West.

When it comes to our votes (whether it is Uk, USA, France or any other EU nation) we want
the people to vote more 'right wing' because 'PC has gone mad' & its time to fight back...reclaim your land...make Britain/USA etc great again...blah blah blah

...yet we demand/insist Turkey vote completely opposite!!

Its their country. Their politics. They aren't entering the EU anytime soon, stop peeing/pooping your pants & leave them be.

Edited By: Gollywood on Apr 16, 2017 17:24: trump
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https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/turkey
Cheap for a reason : "There will be a national referendum on 16 April 2017. Rallies and demonstrations, official and unofficial, may take place at short notice. You should stay well away from any demonstrations. " & offer is for :-
Mon 1 May 2017
Mon 15 May 2017
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-39109107 Tunisia beach attack: British families to sue TUI

Edited By: splender on Apr 16, 2017 14:21

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2 Likes #1
At that price, I would love a whole pot of that tea! ;)
16 Likes #2
Great price, but too early for us.

The wife says she fancies Turkey for Xmas though!
1 Like #3
Bargain - it's over £360 per person from Birmingham.

Edited By: mtc1 on Apr 16, 2017 13:56
20 Likes #4
https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/turkey
Cheap for a reason : "There will be a national referendum on 16 April 2017. Rallies and demonstrations, official and unofficial, may take place at short notice. You should stay well away from any demonstrations. " & offer is for :-
Mon 1 May 2017
Mon 15 May 2017
.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-39109107 Tunisia beach attack: British families to sue TUI

Edited By: splender on Apr 16, 2017 14:21
38 Likes #5
As much as we love Turkey and go most years, if Erdogan wins his effective dictatorship vote today, there is no way we are going this year. I can't help but feel however which way the result goes, the unrest will increase in the country.

Such a shame. A secular country which is arguably one of, if not the, most liberal Islamic democracy in the Middle East is going to be essentially ruled by a sultan until 2029.
4 Likes #6
vernon_bennett
As much as we love Turkey and go most years, if Erdogan wins his effective dictatorship vote today, there is no way we are going this year. I can't help but feel however which way the result goes, the unrest will increase in the country.
Such a shame. A secular country which is arguably one of, if not the, most liberal Islamic democracy in the Middle East is going to be essentially ruled by a sultan until 2029.
After UK's EU Referendum, bile and racist attacks shot up in UK,same here in Turkey. Two shot dead in quarrel already : http://www.haaretz.com/middle-east-news/turkey/1.783698
3 Likes #7
vernon_bennett
As much as we love Turkey and go most years, if Erdogan wins his effective dictatorship vote today, there is no way we are going this year. I can't help but feel however which way the result goes, the unrest will increase in the country.
Such a shame. A secular country which is arguably one of, if not the, most liberal Islamic democracy in the Middle East is going to be essentially ruled by a sultan until 2029.
It's £90 !
8 Likes #8
vernon_bennett
As much as we love Turkey and go most years, if Erdogan wins his effective dictatorship vote today, there is no way we are going this year. I can't help but feel however which way the result goes, the unrest will increase in the country.
Such a shame. A secular country which is arguably one of, if not the, most liberal Islamic democracy in the Middle East is going to be essentially ruled by a sultan until 2029.
Anyway, what are you on about, it is a holiday at a resort, you don't get to see any Sultans and Harems, no more so than a tourist coming to London, they don't get to see PM May's democracy and politics.
6 Likes #9
Saw loads of 5 star holidays last week when we were looking for our family holiday and they were over £500 cheaper than the 3 star holiday we ended up booking to Majorca..............Too much of a risk in my opinion nowadays going here. Yes you may be lucky and get a great holiday for a bargain price in a 5 star hotel but it only takes one idiot in the airport again or rampaging down the beach hotels to ruin your life forever = No thanks

And before i get all the 'it could happen anywhere remarks' its happened here more than most other holiday places and thats why its so cheap
44 Likes #10
micpwelsh
vernon_bennett
As much as we love Turkey and go most years, if Erdogan wins his effective dictatorship vote today, there is no way we are going this year. I can't help but feel however which way the result goes, the unrest will increase in the country.
Such a shame. A secular country which is arguably one of, if not the, most liberal Islamic democracy in the Middle East is going to be essentially ruled by a sultan until 2029.
It's £90 !

So if there was a package holiday to Syria for £80, would that be a hotter deal?
3 Likes #11
splender
vernon_bennett
As much as we love Turkey and go most years, if Erdogan wins his effective dictatorship vote today, there is no way we are going this year. I can't help but feel however which way the result goes, the unrest will increase in the country.
Such a shame. A secular country which is arguably one of, if not the, most liberal Islamic democracy in the Middle East is going to be essentially ruled by a sultan until 2029.
Anyway, what are you on about, it is a holiday at a resort, you don't get to see any Sultans and Harems, no more so than a tourist coming to London, they don't get to see PM May's democracy and politics.

No, you don't. You just have to be in a country which is at risk of civil unrest.
16 Likes #12
splender
vernon_bennett
As much as we love Turkey and go most years, if Erdogan wins his effective dictatorship vote today, there is no way we are going this year. I can't help but feel however which way the result goes, the unrest will increase in the country.
Such a shame. A secular country which is arguably one of, if not the, most liberal Islamic democracy in the Middle East is going to be essentially ruled by a sultan until 2029.
After UK's EU Referendum, bile and racist attacks shot up in UK,same here in Turkey. Two shot dead in quarrel already : http://www.haaretz.com/middle-east-news/turkey/1.783698

This is nothing like the EU referendum.

If the UK became a republic, with Theresa May becoming President and then had a vote to give herself ultimate power over the press, an inability to be removed from her post for the next twelve years, can select from her cronies who she wants to operate the currently impartial and independent judiciary, as the well as the ability to dissolve Parliament and bin the PM with a deft flick of a wrist, then this action would have the potential to make the poll tax riots look like a picnic.


Edited By: vernon_bennett on Apr 16, 2017 15:23
2 Likes #13
Have a read at this prior to booking...........You can then consider the risks for yourself:

https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/turkey/terrorism
10 Likes #14
Anyone else wonder what the equivalent travel advice would say for the UK? The place where we live 24/7? I grew up near Warrington, bombs and attempts repeatedly, travelled to London regularly at one point, same there.
The risk is heightened in many places, don't ignore what your everyday risk level is.
#15
DrDoolittle
Anyone else wonder what the equivalent travel advice would say for the UK? The place where we live 24/7? I grew up near Warrington, bombs and attempts repeatedly, travelled to London regularly at one point, same there.
The risk is heightened in many places, don't ignore what your everyday risk level is.

Good advice, everyone should constantly be 'more aware' of their surrounding nowadays
8 Likes #16
Did they vote yet? Full on Islamic State with Dictator Erdogan in power til he dies!
Way to kill a secular and democratic country.
Wouldn't want to be a woman or a gay after the vote which for sure is fixed.

Ataturk would be turning in his grave seeing what has become of his country
3 Likes #17
You may as well consider direct flights to Baghdad.
6 Likes #18
And with Erdogan becoming President you now know why he faked the Coup as a way to gain support for him to become supreme leader.
#19
Can't wait for 2018... if this year and it's just started... is anything to go by....IS and it's big bang theory anyone ;)
1 Like #20
splender
vernon_bennett
As much as we love Turkey and go most years, if Erdogan wins his effective dictatorship vote today, there is no way we are going this year. I can't help but feel however which way the result goes, the unrest will increase in the country.
Such a shame. A secular country which is arguably one of, if not the, most liberal Islamic democracy in the Middle East is going to be essentially ruled by a sultan until 2029.
Anyway, what are you on about, it is a holiday at a resort, you don't get to see any Sultans and Harems, no more so than a tourist coming to London, they don't get to see PM May's democracy and politics.

The irony of your comment is that when the trouble started the other month Erdogan was in Marmaris
6 Likes #21
Ban all religion, problem solved

As for the deal, if my passport was in date I'd have booked, heat added
1 Like #22
DrDoolittle
Anyone else wonder what the equivalent travel advice would say for the UK? The place where we live 24/7? I grew up near Warrington, bombs and attempts repeatedly, travelled to London regularly at one point, same there.
The risk is heightened in many places, don't ignore what your everyday risk level is.

Yeah, I am. It's like a Britain First ad campaign!

Voted hot, great deal, beautiful country
3 Likes #23
Dissatisfied_dad
Ban all religion, problem solved

How about the side of the truth?

The West and the Middle East are killing each other. Its not one-sided at all.

There is a small amount of moral high ground the West could maybe stand on, not a f****** mountain.
42 Likes #24
I'm currently in Turkey on an all inclusive deal that was great value, third year in a row. Just enjoying a glass of beer in the evening sunshine...keep voting this cold please so next years holiday is as cheap.
23 Likes #25
How dare the Turkish people have a vote & decide what they want.

So hypocritical of the West.

When it comes to our votes (whether it is Uk, USA, France or any other EU nation) we want
the people to vote more 'right wing' because 'PC has gone mad' & its time to fight back...reclaim your land...make Britain/USA etc great again...blah blah blah

...yet we demand/insist Turkey vote completely opposite!!

Its their country. Their politics. They aren't entering the EU anytime soon, stop peeing/pooping your pants & leave them be.

Edited By: Gollywood on Apr 16, 2017 17:24: trump
12 Likes #26
djwent
I'm currently in Turkey on an all inclusive deal that was great value, third year in a row. Just enjoying a glass of beer in the evening sunshine...keep voting this cold please so next years holiday is as cheap.


Didnt they cut your hand off when you ordered your beer? I mean surely that's what happens there if you believe the HUKD hypocrites!
#27
djwent
I'm currently in Turkey on an all inclusive deal that was great value, third year in a row. Just enjoying a glass of beer in the evening sunshine...keep voting this cold please so next years holiday is as cheap.

Have you noticed any troubles where you are?
#28
OP...is 6 the minimum number you must have in your booking?
1 Like #29
gap30
djwent
I'm currently in Turkey on an all inclusive deal that was great value, third year in a row. Just enjoying a glass of beer in the evening sunshine...keep voting this cold please so next years holiday is as cheap.

Have you noticed any troubles where you are?


Did he sound concerned?
1 Like #30
steevieboy4u
Saw loads of 5 star holidays last week when we were looking for our family holiday and they were over £500 cheaper than the 3 star holiday we ended up booking to Majorca..............Too much of a risk in my opinion nowadays going here. Yes you may be lucky and get a great holiday for a bargain price in a 5 star hotel but it only takes one idiot in the airport again or rampaging down the beach hotels to ruin your life forever = No thanks
And before i get all the 'it could happen anywhere remarks' its happened here more than most other holiday places and thats why its so cheap

But it COULD happen anywhere oO You don't think ETA have bombed Majorca before? Obviously not: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/spain/6001208/Tourists-flee-as-three-more-Eta-bombs-hit-Majorca.html

Can you back up your claim that attacks have happened more in Turkey than other holiday destinations?

Wherever you go in the country or the world just be sensible and keep your wits about you.

Edited By: kneale81 on Apr 16, 2017 17:43
#31
kneale81
steevieboy4u
Saw loads of 5 star holidays last week when we were looking for our family holiday and they were over £500 cheaper than the 3 star holiday we ended up booking to Majorca..............Too much of a risk in my opinion nowadays going here. Yes you may be lucky and get a great holiday for a bargain price in a 5 star hotel but it only takes one idiot in the airport again or rampaging down the beach hotels to ruin your life forever = No thanks
And before i get all the 'it could happen anywhere remarks' its happened here more than most other holiday places and thats why its so cheap
But it COULD happen anywhere oO You don't think ETA have bombed Majorca before? Obviously not: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/spain/6001208/Tourists-flee-as-three-more-Eta-bombs-hit-Majorca.html
Can you back up your claim that attacks have happened more in Turkey than other holiday destinations?
Wherever you go in the country or the world just be sensible and keep your wits about you.

Read the link in my post #13 - since June 2015 and up until Jan this year its been almost monthly

This doesn't sound too good either

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/756013/ISIS-vows-bloody-massacre-Turkey-NYE-terrorist-Reina-Club-Islamic-State

Just seen the Majorca link you sent ....................09 Aug 2009 we're taking about current events / happenings not last decade :p

Edited By: steevieboy4u on Apr 16, 2017 17:57: update
7 Likes #32
Gollywood
How dare the Turkish people have a vote & decide what they want.
So hypocritical of the West.
When it comes to our votes (whether it is Uk, USA, France or any other EU nation) we want
the people to vote more 'right wing' because 'PC has gone mad' & its time to fight back...reclaim your land...make Britain/USA etc great again...blah blah blah
...yet we demand/insist Turkey vote completely opposite!!
Its their country. Their politics. They aren't entering the EU anytime soon, stop peeing/pooping your pants & leave them be.

Nice strawman to suit your own argument.

I believe in democracy, so the Turks can vote however way they want, just the same as we can choose to take our holidays anywhere we want.
5 Likes #33
:D so much fearmongering in here
3 Likes #34
steevieboy4u
kneale81
steevieboy4u
Saw loads of 5 star holidays last week when we were looking for our family holiday and they were over £500 cheaper than the 3 star holiday we ended up booking to Majorca..............Too much of a risk in my opinion nowadays going here. Yes you may be lucky and get a great holiday for a bargain price in a 5 star hotel but it only takes one idiot in the airport again or rampaging down the beach hotels to ruin your life forever = No thanks
And before i get all the 'it could happen anywhere remarks' its happened here more than most other holiday places and thats why its so cheap
But it COULD happen anywhere oO You don't think ETA have bombed Majorca before? Obviously not: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/spain/6001208/Tourists-flee-as-three-more-Eta-bombs-hit-Majorca.html
Can you back up your claim that attacks have happened more in Turkey than other holiday destinations?
Wherever you go in the country or the world just be sensible and keep your wits about you.
Read the link in my post #13 - since June 2015 and up until Jan this year its been almost monthly
This doesn't sound too good either http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/756013/ISIS-vows-bloody-massacre-Turkey-NYE-terrorist-Reina-Club-Islamic-State
Just seen the Majorca link you sent ....................09 Aug 2009 we're taking about current events / happenings not last decade :p

You worry if you want to, I'll be in Icmeler in less than a week having an Efes in the sun without a care in the world ;)
3 Likes #35
kneale81
steevieboy4u
kneale81
steevieboy4u
Saw loads of 5 star holidays last week when we were looking for our family holiday and they were over £500 cheaper than the 3 star holiday we ended up booking to Majorca..............Too much of a risk in my opinion nowadays going here. Yes you may be lucky and get a great holiday for a bargain price in a 5 star hotel but it only takes one idiot in the airport again or rampaging down the beach hotels to ruin your life forever = No thanks
And before i get all the 'it could happen anywhere remarks' its happened here more than most other holiday places and thats why its so cheap
But it COULD happen anywhere oO You don't think ETA have bombed Majorca before? Obviously not: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/spain/6001208/Tourists-flee-as-three-more-Eta-bombs-hit-Majorca.html
Can you back up your claim that attacks have happened more in Turkey than other holiday destinations?
Wherever you go in the country or the world just be sensible and keep your wits about you.
Read the link in my post #13 - since June 2015 and up until Jan this year its been almost monthly
This doesn't sound too good either http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/756013/ISIS-vows-bloody-massacre-Turkey-NYE-terrorist-Reina-Club-Islamic-State
Just seen the Majorca link you sent ....................09 Aug 2009 we're taking about current events / happenings not last decade :p
You worry if you want to, I'll be in Icmeler in less than a week having an Efes in the sun without a care in the world ;)

Your choice, personnally i wouldn't risk my family/children's lives just for the sake of saving a few hundred pounds.

Hope it goes well for you and you all come back safe and in one piece
3 Likes #36
steevieboy4u
kneale81
steevieboy4u
kneale81
steevieboy4u
Saw loads of 5 star holidays last week when we were looking for our family holiday and they were over £500 cheaper than the 3 star holiday we ended up booking to Majorca..............Too much of a risk in my opinion nowadays going here. Yes you may be lucky and get a great holiday for a bargain price in a 5 star hotel but it only takes one idiot in the airport again or rampaging down the beach hotels to ruin your life forever = No thanks
And before i get all the 'it could happen anywhere remarks' its happened here more than most other holiday places and thats why its so cheap
But it COULD happen anywhere oO You don't think ETA have bombed Majorca before? Obviously not: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/spain/6001208/Tourists-flee-as-three-more-Eta-bombs-hit-Majorca.html
Can you back up your claim that attacks have happened more in Turkey than other holiday destinations?
Wherever you go in the country or the world just be sensible and keep your wits about you.
Read the link in my post #13 - since June 2015 and up until Jan this year its been almost monthly
This doesn't sound too good either http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/756013/ISIS-vows-bloody-massacre-Turkey-NYE-terrorist-Reina-Club-Islamic-State
Just seen the Majorca link you sent ....................09 Aug 2009 we're taking about current events / happenings not last decade :p
You worry if you want to, I'll be in Icmeler in less than a week having an Efes in the sun without a care in the world ;)
Your choice, personnally i wouldn't risk my family/children's lives just for the sake of saving a few hundred pounds.
Hope it goes well for you and you all come back safe and in one piece

I don't have kids, I'm going alone and I'm not going just because it's cheap :D
6 Likes #37
Just booked it. I'll message back if we survive. Aheeheee
1 Like #38
I'd have booked but 2 weeks is way too long before I get homesick & miss home cooking & TV
1 Like #39
kneale81
steevieboy4u
kneale81
steevieboy4u
Saw loads of 5 star holidays last week when we were looking for our family holiday and they were over £500 cheaper than the 3 star holiday we ended up booking to Majorca..............Too much of a risk in my opinion nowadays going here. Yes you may be lucky and get a great holiday for a bargain price in a 5 star hotel but it only takes one idiot in the airport again or rampaging down the beach hotels to ruin your life forever = No thanks
And before i get all the 'it could happen anywhere remarks' its happened here more than most other holiday places and thats why its so cheap
But it COULD happen anywhere oO You don't think ETA have bombed Majorca before? Obviously not: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/spain/6001208/Tourists-flee-as-three-more-Eta-bombs-hit-Majorca.html
Can you back up your claim that attacks have happened more in Turkey than other holiday destinations?
Wherever you go in the country or the world just be sensible and keep your wits about you.
Read the link in my post #13 - since June 2015 and up until Jan this year its been almost monthly
This doesn't sound too good either http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/756013/ISIS-vows-bloody-massacre-Turkey-NYE-terrorist-Reina-Club-Islamic-State
Just seen the Majorca link you sent ....................09 Aug 2009 we're taking about current events / happenings not last decade :p
You worry if you want to, I'll be in Icmeler in less than a week having an Efes in the sun without a care in the world ;)
That's what them tourists were doing in Tunisia!
2 Likes #40
gap30
djwent
I'm currently in Turkey on an all inclusive deal that was great value, third year in a row. Just enjoying a glass of beer in the evening sunshine...keep voting this cold please so next years holiday is as cheap.

Have you noticed any troubles where you are?


We are about 1hr from Izmir and it's business as usual...there are English, Germans, Danish, French and even a few Iranians thrown in for good measure. It's a resort and tourism is one of their biggest industries...I've always felt safe here but each to their own.

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