As an example when we were in Akyaka not once where we hounded to go in to places to eat in shops or the market you where left to look at menu boards etc however they cater for the Tukish tourists and I guess they wouldnt put up with the pestering you get in Marmaris. We have never had this problem in the smaller lower key resorts. English women find this hard as we are used to being polite and smiling at people as a matter of course - even when we can't stand them and want them to drop dead. See All Marmaris Conversations. I loved the Country but the people left a lot to be desired and I was sick of getting hounded. I've just come back from Marmaris with my 3 children - 14 year old girl, 8 year old boy and 6 year old girl. For most its a stereotype and as with most stereotype is hard to change. My son didn't get bothered much - the only time being when a Turkish man asked him for a kiss - only to be met by a swift kick in the best place from my son. Agree with above I think this is a very Marmaris problem,and again not always but it is often how Engish girls dress and act, the lads think we are easy pickings but I have seen young women and old alike draping themselves over these guys like dogs on heat.
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