The yogurt man cometh: tales of an American teacher in Turkey

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C̦itlembik, Dec 13, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 224 pages
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Part travelogue, part memoir, The Yogurt Man Cometh is the story of Kevin Revolinski'ss year-long adventure as an English teacher in Turkey. Revolinski relates in candid style his encounters in a foreign culture, all told with an open mind and a sense of humor. An enjoyable read for anyone who has spent time in Turkey or who plans to do so.

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This book is not very exciting, but I liked it for the observations and the similarities between Turkey and Azerbaijan.

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Some friends of ours lent us a copy of The Yogurt Man Cometh: Tales of an American Teacher in Turkey as it's a humorous read about an American's crash course in living in Ankara and teaching at the ... Read full review


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About the author (2006)

Kevin Revolinski is a freelance travel writer and photographer born and raised in Wisconsin. He has published the books 60 Hikes within 60 Miles of Madison, The Wisconsin Beer Guide: A Travel Companion and Best in Tent Camping Wisconsin. He has also written for Rough Guides guidebooks and his innumerable articles and photography pieces have appeared in a variety of publications including Chicago Tribune, Wisconsin State Journal and Madison's Isthmus. He lives in Madison, WI.

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