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  1. I love your blog! Absolutely fascinating. I am stepping out now, and can not wait to read all of it later this evening. KEEP WRITING! You’re great at it! What a great way for cultures to understand one another! I am still new to blogging and can’t seem to be able to comment directly under the stories, so forgive me for commenting here. Liz @ lizlogic.wordpress.com and u2areloved.com

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  2. Thanks for liking my Santorini post on semi-retired. I’m fascinated that you live in Turkey. I’m yet to visit there one day.

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  3. hi you, i really like your writing. it reminds so much of some of the chick lit i Iove. Thanks for adding my blog – although you added the german one – i am not so sure, if you are really interested in improving your German 😉

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  4. I love your blog -so funny – and many thanks for liking mine. I think it’s great you missed the “opportunity” to get married to someone who clearly wasn’t worth your love. Have a great day and lots of fun. Looking forward to reading more!

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  5. I love your blog! I’ve just started my own travel blog. I really enjoy your writing style and hope mine becomes as addictive to read as yours. And your stories remind me so much of the one’s me and my boyfriend Patxi (from spain) share with our struggles understanding each other both linguistically and culturally. We met on an archaeological dig last summer in Spain and I am going back to finally be with him again this Thursday! I’m sure that many more stories and cultural realizations will result. 🙂 It’s our goal to eventually live in the same place. I emailed him your blog too! Good luck in Turkey, and good luck in Love! 🙂 thanks for inspiring me and my blog.

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  6. Thank you for stopping by and commented on my blog. 🙂 You’re so kind. I’m Rani 🙂 What I should call u? (sorry my English not so good). Don’t tell me I should call u Crazy train 🙂 hehe …I love ur blog too. I never been to Altinkum but I have been to Adana. Maybe u can post some info about Altinkum or take some pictures 🙂 I’d love to see it…

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  7. Hi, thanks for your consistent “likes” on my blog. Your support is valuable 🙂 ….. Still enjoying your saga in Tinky Town ~ Karla

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  8. Dear CrazyTown,

    It was so exciting to wake up this morning after I’d posted my first regular ‘column’ and discover my very first LIKE at Savvy Single Suppers had come from halfway around the world! Ain’t life grand? Was it the ‘Single’ in the title or the mention of ‘Turkey’ on the menu that got you!? 😉
    My plan here was to unfurl a few posts before beginning any real promotion of my blog, but it’s so motivating to fing your adventure and see that you have a lively community of singles gathered around yours. I think this is going to be so much fun.
    Thank you for your support!
    Savvy Single

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  9. I really do enjoy your posts. They are so much the ex-pat experience in Turkey. Have you read “Tales of the Ex-Pat Harem”. It is other women’s stories in Turkey. Right now I’m starting to pack for Istanbul. I’ll be there for a week with my mom and it will be an experience. She will meet my new Turkish husband for the first time. She is a lady for whom roughing it is a hotel without room service. I am trying to brace her for the fact that anything left on the pillow is not something you eat. She is actually a very down to earth person but she is in for some culture shock on a large scale. Please keep on writing. You story with the eczane had me crying I was laughing so hard. I had a sister story to yours. Thanks, Deb
    http://pennypinched.wordpress.com
    http://faithandlifeafterdivorce.wordpress.com

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    • Your comments made me laugh too because Turkey is a bit like marmite – you either love it or hate it. And I have to say it has a unique charm all of its own and my own family have struggled with that. You’ll have to post the eczane story and I’ll take your advice and check out the “Tales of..” Have a fab time in Istanbul; I’m sooooooooooooo envious

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  10. Thanks for reading my blog! Today the big dogs made me go to the vet, and then I had puppy seizures, but I’ll post again as soon as I’ve recovered! Woof!
    – Lía

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  11. Jo, my husband suggested to buy a book (as usual!) once we are in Bangkok on Monday, instead taking some from home. But, no need, I will need all my time to read your complete blog (better than most novels!!!!) and some of your friends here. I love Turkey, we both had a wonderful time in Istanbul, and I think I can relate to many of your storys here, since I am too a European married to an Indian and living in his country. Ciao, Carina

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  12. Thanks for the like! Although we are in different countries, it is nice to know that someone else out there is doing the exact same thing I am! Hang in there and I look forward to seeing your posts in the future.

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