Gregor Samsa is the one, who turns into an insect, in Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis. Cevat Shakir is the one, who turns into the “The Fisherman of Halicarnassus, without pain, anger, fear or pursuit of bad feeling.
The rings get sounded with the praises of the announcers; With the camel calves (daylak), cameleers (savran), mouth bandagers (agiz bagcisi), and head ropers (bas urganci), fans surrounding the ring, the arena become colourful...
In this issue of my writing, where I write about aspects of Bodrum each time, this time I would like to touch on the accessible beach implementation called Ozgur Beach (Free Beach in English) that has been carried out in Bitez.
“BODRUM, DO NOT EMBED WHAT YOU GET FROM THE SOIL INTO HISTORY”
Bodrum tangerines, as been sulky on the branch, ashamed at the stall and worried about the future, has been rotting and dying in its own shade in recent years. Its soil and farmer want fidelity than ever before. Tangerines lent Bodrum a hand in the branding process, now it asks for the same hand back from Bodrum in its struggle for existence.
“In a very short time period, “Bodrum has grown and developed into a preferred center to live. By the change in its socio-cultural, economic and architectural structure, it has also succeeded in becoming one of the districts that it has raised the most rapid alteration.”