Life with a View: A Turkish Quest
In Life with a View: A Turkish Quest American teachers Toni and Craig, traveling through Turkey in 1988, fall in love with the Black Sea coast and decide to build a house there. This is the story of their 10-year endeavor to overcome unforeseen obstacles, secure water and electricity, and learn to flourish in their newly-adopted Asian environment.
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