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1.       Zimmygirl
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 13 Mar 2011 Sun 09:06 am

Hey you all

 

I haven´t been on this site for some time and I often would like to share my experiences of Turkey. I have created my own blog called Bohemian Osmanli, which is about Turkish music, art, movies and my travel experiences.

I have recently gone to Turkey (Feb holidays) and really just missed the people, the language and the feel.

 

My blog is new and therefore I would like to invite whoever to visit it and follow it and to add your thoughts, love and ideas about this great country.

So, go and visit it

http://zahrakarakiz.blogspot.com/

 

I am did add some recipes about my favourite Turkish meals, the last one was Sarma, I am hoping to do more. So you can also share your love for Turkish foods.

 

Teşekkür ederim

 

 

 

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