Yes you can change the plugs. how to do it take back of english plug and you will see blue wire to the left hand connection and brown wire to right hand (as you look at it) use the same convention on a Turkish plug. The earth connection (green and yellow wire) then goes to the earth connection of the turkish plug which is the terminal joined to the metal clip on the outer edge of the plug. Hope that makes sense.
KKOB I thought the plugs without earths had been phased out now, but you have reminded me of one thing to look out for and thats if you are buying an older property it will probably not have earths around the house except in the kitchen. So you may considder getting a sparker in to put things right in that respect.
Just picked up on this one,whilst browsing,I was under the impression that a system of earthing ,was not available in Turkey,that appliances where double insulated, and a fused trip system was incorperated for saftey.
So am I wrong here?
Rossie no your not wrong as such, Most small appliance are double insulated and the modern builds have earth leakage trips as in the rest of Europe but your washing machine,dishwasher etc still are not double insulated and therefore carry a shock risk if they go wrong hence the requirement for earths, Same can be said about some of the three bar electric fires sold here.