Traversing the South African coast from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth, this 7-day tour takes you along the famous 'Garden Route' mixing amazing wildlife, wine tastings and beautiful scenery along the way.
A fantastic chance to explore one of the world's most remote and fascinating countries. Only open to tourists since 1974, Bhutan's philosophy of Gross National Happiness and entrenched Buddhism makes it a place like no other.
This comprehensive Jordan & Egypt tour covers Petra & Jerash in Jordan, and the Pyramids, Sphinx and Karnak temple in Luxor. Other highlights include a jeep safari & camp in Wadi Rum, Dead Sea swim and a Nile felucca cruise.
The official language of Turkey is Turkish, which is spoken by approximately 90% of the population. Other minority languages are Kurdish, Arabic, Circassian, Greek and Armenian. The majority of young Turk’s will speak enough English to get by, so learning Turkish isn’t essential, however you will find that you get more out of your trip if you do make the effort to learn a few simple phrases – Luckily, basic Turkish is fairly easily to learn as it is a logical, phonetic language. A few simple phrases to help you get by are detailed below.
Hello – Merhaba (Mehr-hah-bah)
Good Morning – Günayd?n (gew-nahy-duhn)
Good Evening – ?yi ak?amlar (ee-akh-sham-lar)
Good Night – ?yi geceler (ee-geh-jeh-ler)
Goodbye – Allaha ?smarlad?k (ah-lars-mar-lah-duk)
How are you? – Nas?ls?n?z? (nah-suhl-suh-nuhz)
I’m good, thank you – ?yiyim, te?ekkür ederim (ee-yeem-tesh-ek-kur-eh-dehr-eem)
And you? – Ya siz? – (Ya suz)
Thank you – Te?ekkür ederim (tesh-ek-kur-eh-dehr-eem)
Please – Lütfen (lewt-fen)
Yes – Evet
No – hayir (higher)……or more formal – Yok
What is your name? – Ad?n?z ne? (Adu-nuz-ne?)
I am (Ant) – Ben (Ant)’im