A French family camped at Meke Lake in the Karapınar district of Konya, which is referred to as the 'evil eye bead of the world' due to its bird's-eye view.
A French family that arrived in Turkey three months ago and embarked on a world tour with their caravans arrived in Turkey three months ago. The French family, who traveled through many cities in the country, made their final stop in the Karapınar district of Konya. The family camped at Meke Lake, which is referred to as the "evil eye bead of the world" due to its bird's-eye view. They enjoyed camping by the shores of Meke Lake, watching the sunset and the sun's descent, and taking walks.
Stany Bovlifard, emphasizing the Turkish people's exceptional hospitality, stated, "We will stay in Turkey for a while longer and then move on to other countries. We were deeply saddened by the condition of Meke Lake. The drying up of the lake is a cause for concern for humanity. In fact, there are drought and environmental issues all around the world. People need to take more serious measures. Nevertheless, we had a wonderful camping experience here."