Yesterday this blog hit 200,000 views, just 5 months after reaching 100,000 views back in April.  That means that people have clicked on my blog two hundred thousand times since I started it just over a year ago. While this is pretty insignificant in the grand scheme of things on the world wide web, the fact that so many people have visited my blog makes me incredibly proud.

Thank you to everyone who regularly reads my blog, comments and shares it with others.

I have been blogging everyday for the past week and really enjoyed putting the effort in to do so again, even though it is time consuming. I find myself wandering around daily thinking ‘ooooh, I should take a photo of that for my blog!’ – it’s taking over my thoughts, but I love it.

It’s hard thinking of ideas for new blog posts, and as the summer season draws to an end it will become even harder. I’ve been thinking about doing a few Turkish recipe posts, is there anything else you would like to see me write about? Please let me know in the comments, or via Facebook.

Don’t forget to like my Facebook page, www.facebook.com/livingtheturkishdream where I post daily photos and updates.

Thanks again to everyone who has taken an interest in my blog, and here’s to another 200,000 views!

8 thoughts on “200,000 views!

  1. Hi, hope your well. I’ve loved reading your blogs stumbled on it a few month ago. I’m a regular visitor to calis with the hubby and 2 children, we stop in a villa just up the road from the surf cafe, I know it’s a right walk to calis lol!

    I’d love for you to put some Turkish recipes on here I’d defo have a bash at those.

    Thank you for all the great info, I’ve ben writing bits down things to do and places to visit when we come for 3 weeks in may. The kids can’t wait to go to the water park in oui deniz since u showed them your photos. Xx

  2. Hi Danni congratulations wow 200,000 views you can feel proud of yourself. I think the recipes is a good idea the simple Turkish dishes can bring a bit of sunshine into our lives even if the tomatoes don’t taste the same here in England. If you know one for stuffed peppers that easy I would love to try it. Keep up the good work.

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