Tuesday, 6 March 2012

Expat Interviews

I was recently asked to give an interview for Turkey Expat Forum.

You can read it HERE along with interviews by other fellow bloggers in Turkey, and I'm sure some of them will be familiar to you.  They are all great interviews and worth reading.

Ricky Carbis who runs the forum recently did a guest post on my fellow blogger Natalie's Turkey Travel Blog entitled I Love Istanbul and here are five reasons why.  It's a great read with some beautiful photos.
 

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  1. I really enjoyed reading that, Ayak and was pleasantly surprised by the health service answers.
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  2. I've been forgetting to compliment your new header, I like it very much! Showing as it does a culture so very, very different from where I live! A scene like this may still be possible in rural areas of the US...but I'm really doubting it!

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    1. It's one of my favourites Theanne. It really just sums up life in this village perfectly.

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  3. Love the new header photo! So pretty where you live!

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  4. Loved reading your article......makes me feel better moving to Turkey in a few years for part of the year. I was sometimes a lil' weary of the medical services......but was relieved to read your post....Now if we can straighten out I want Istanbul and he wants Izmir his hometown. :-(

    ......yes your town scenery on your header looks so charmingly quaint.

    Great article....:-)))

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    1. Thanks Erica. Medical services was one of the issues that concerned me when I first moved here, until I had cause to use them. I would take health service in Turkey anyday over the NHS in the UK.

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  5. Was great to hear your story Ayak.

    Keep up the good work on your blog!

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    1. Thankyou for the opportunity Ricky xx

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  6. Thanks for the shout out Linda. Great interview and I wonder if you still would like to move back to Cappadocia? Is it after all a unique place

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    1. You're welcome Nat...and thankyou.
      We often talk about moving back there one day. Who knows whether it will happen?

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  7. A lovely, informative interview, Ayak - and I love the new banner photo at the top of your blog. (Loads quicker too, so can start reading straightaway!)

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