Me & my boyfriend had a wonderful time spent in Turkey. Lots of memorable & funny experiences I'd like to share with everyone here but I dont think I can write them all at once. But there's one thing that made me went "I cannot wait to put this on tripadvisor" is the tea culture. Common tea in Turkey (i.e Turkish tea, apple tea) is consumed without milk and we do like them. But for people who take tea with milk like us, by the third day there, we craved for one. It's in the menu in most big hotels and restaurants, but not so in smaller ones. I even had a waiter rolled his eyes and said "No. When you're in Turkey, you drink OUR tea" when asked for an English tea. Of course he laughed afterwards, but not until he saw our scared faces.
During our 2-week trip, we stayed at 6 different hotels and we noticed that it is not common to have tea/coffee counter in hotel rooms, which means you need to get room service or go out for just a cuppa. But for the 'tea-with-milk' drinkers who are going to Turkey soon, I suggest you bring along some tea bags (for hot water & milk, leave it to the hotel kitchens, please). That's one thing we wished we did.