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The city as a whole has grown tremendously with many apartment blocks but the infrastructure such as roads and drains are still struggling to catch up. There are many areas that are very attractive indeed such as: Kaleiçi, with its narrow cobbled streets of historic Turkish and Greek houses in the old centre of Antalya that is now mainly hotels, gift shops, and bars. The large new hotels such as the Sheraton are along the coast above the Konyaalti and Lara beaches, and are spread along the coast in both directions far beyond the city of Antalya itself.

Starting school is a significant milestone for both parents and children. No matter whether your child is starting school in your home country or abroad, it's important that you provide your child with the support and encouragement they need. Ensuring a smooth transition can set the tone for a positive school experience. Here's your comprehensive guide on how to prepare your child for their first day.

Goals Must Be Measurable to Be Effective. Setting goals. Sounds simple enough. From primary school through to college, you have probably been taught to set goals for your future. But in a small business, goal setting is the key to planning and to keeping your efforts on track for long-term success. It is easy to look at your monthly general ledger for a profit at the end of the period and it is easy to check your bank account for a positive balance each month, but for long-term success you must set goals and then measure your progress against those same goals too.

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