Him and I even discussed me meeting them before they even came, they know about me, and even met me via a Net Meeting video conversation with them, so its not that I think I'm some secret to them.My boyfriend has even told me his parents want him to meet a nice American girl (stating a lot of Turkish girls are spoiled, self centered,etc) I even revamped his apartment with little house decor, cleaned it nice for his parents arrival since they were staying with him, and they really respected the fact that I did that.Every year, thousands of foreign women enter Turkey and strike up a holiday romance.For some, the holiday romance does not work out and they move on.Turkish women know to appear confident and avoid making eye contact with men to avoid confrontation.Traditional and conservative dress, including headscarves, can help defer unwanted attention.Turkey is a predominately Islamic country that maintains a secular government.
Beachwear is acceptable only at the beach and nude sunbathing is not permitted, though discreet topless tanning is permissible at major Mediterranean resorts.
Travelers in the country on business should wear professional clothing.
Outside of the larger cities, women should avoid exposing their arms and legs, wear loose-fitting clothing and understand that people may stare at them.
Turkish people understand that visitors are usually not aware of Turkish culture and customs, and tend to be tolerant of blunders in this regard by foreigners.
There are, however, some which will meet with universal disapproval, and these should be avoided at all costs: Because of religious traditions, all women are required to wear head scarves and not to wear miniskirts or shorts upon entering a mosque (or a church and synagogue).Others however can not accept the holiday romance for what it was.