If it works out, then I am happy for you, if it does not work out, then please publish tales of your failed holiday romance with Turkish men somewhere else than the internet.
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I'm Natalie Sayin, a freelance travel blogger and writer specializing in the country of Turkey.
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Some of the signs that he is a sleazeball are – He tells you that he loves you when you are older than his mother – He asks you for money. – He introduces you as a friend – He hides you from his friends – He runs away to the toilet when his phone rings If you want to visit Turkey and fall in love with a Turkish man, then be prepared for a life changing experience.It is what it is, a holiday romance, even if you return six times a year to see him.If you both want to take the romance further, then one of you has to move countries. Unfortunately most of the relationships that I have seen fail, is because the women wants to keep 100% of her culture and the Turkish man wants to keep 100% of his Turkish culture.I don’t want to read your blog, like your Facebook page or meet you on a forum.Stereotyping the whole male race of a nation simply because of your failed holiday romance is OTT and on the verge of bunny boiling.