Moving To Turkey – Looking Back After Two Years

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16 Responses

  1. Filippo says:

    I enjoyed this article! It moved me back to the times when I arrived for the first time in Turkey and recalled some old memories… from learning the language and tradition, to getting closer with the locals! Thanks for sharing your experiences!

  2. Iva says:

    Wow! Maika is truely an inspiring person. Thanks for inviting her to share her views with the world. Changing perspective and point of view is always impprtant in life no matter what you do. Blessed are the flexible for they shell not get bent out of shape!

  3. Ana Dajic says:

    Nice 🙂

  4. Milica says:

    Nice article 😉

  5. Milos Petrovic says:

    WOW … what a great article!

  6. Ben says:

    Thank you maka for giving hope, I am in Africa and Turkey has been were I wanted to been to and I believed about making few friends around areas I been to. If I can have a better friend on this group from Turkey to help me getting invitation to Turkey then I have make a better friend already.

  7. Ben says:

    Nice to know you maika

  8. Haifa says:

    Hi Maiki,

    I really liked your article. I can completely relate to all what you’ve said about the language and the people. Ive completed my 3rd year in istanbul and I must say it’s been a taugh ride from the first day till today. I’m a single woman and a professional with a world wide experience. I’ve lived in many countries but mostly English speaking and I must say that turkey is the hardest of all. My turkish is not so bad now after 3 years but definitely not perfect. I can speak enough that can get me through a more than basic conversation. Don’t give up on the turkish. Keep learning because it’s a fascinating culture and integrating with the locals can get you places that you never expected. I wish you all the best. Unfortunately I didn’t get to visit Japan even though I’ve visited most of the countries close by.

  9. Maika says:

    Wow, I’m just reading all the comments, thank you so much for your kind support and encouragements. In fact, I started private Turkish class to accelerate the process! PLease note that I moved my website from wellnesspreneur to my personal brand:, and my instagram maika.endo.

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