A historian by training, Kayhan Dinchmen moved to the Anatolian coast from a small town on the Black Sea coast of Turkey in 1996. He decided to master the profession of Turgid. He drove around the region even few tourists, showed them ancient cities and talked about antiquity. This work brought more money than teaching or academic studios.
In Kemer, where he settled, 5-6 thousand people lived, and few thought about tourism as a business. However, life soon changed dramatically. Investors came to the region and built the first hotel for Italians in Kemer – Turban Italia with an all inclusive leisure system. The hotel was more than in demand. Soon, hotels in Kemer began to grow like mushrooms after the rain. Continue reading