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Discussion in 'Travel Talk' started by villaboy58, Jun 8, 2017.

  1. cian gilmore

    cian gilmore Expert

    Watched match in Ladies Beach Hotel with Hassan ok on Sunday,was kinda boring till the last 20 mins,
    "coulda shoulda woulda" .happy with reasult in the end.
    peril likes this.
  2. peril

    peril Connoisseur

    Could have been worse - could have been like the euros last year!
  3. jennyjoe

    jennyjoe Addict

    What does a baby basil bush or plant please
  4. peril

    peril Connoisseur

    They are sold in pots in the supermarkets or at the produce market up the hill at the side. They're small leaved and usually like s very small bushy plant. They're supposed to keep the mosquitoes at bay. Fesilgen ( not sure of the spelling ) it's called in turkey .!
    karinbea likes this.

    KASTAMONU Connoisseur

    Yes...you see them everywhere...in restaurants too to keep away flies and mosquitos...fesle─čen... (silent 'g')...
    Last edited: Jul 8, 2017
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  6. garyadele

    garyadele Expert

    adele got home from Kusadasi on Friday morning and she got a lot of mozzie bites :tdown::cry:
  7. sexyshirl

    sexyshirl Expert

    Yes the mini basil plants do keep mossies away, but you can't carry them everywhere , best to protect yourself with a lotion or spray
  8. karinbea

    karinbea Connoisseur

    I always crush a few basil leaves between my hands and rub the scent all over my arms & legs, works well against mozzies and is all natural.
    Well, obviously I don't mind smelling like a walking pizza...:mrgreen:

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