I went on holiday with a friend to Turkey on November 6, 2017.
I’ve been following the news in Turkey as much as possible since last year.
A few days after the news broke, the news started hitting me on Twitter: the US has been forced to impose sanctions on Turkey.
What are the consequences of this?
I can’t imagine a worse scenario than a US travel ban on tourists.
The US has imposed sanctions on several countries since the US invasion of Iraq in 2003.
And the sanctions imposed on Turkey have not only affected its economy, but also its own.
Turkey is a major trading partner of the US.
It is also a key US-Turkey strategic partner, with more than 40 million people.
It has a very large trade deficit with the US, and the US is heavily dependent on Turkish exports.
It would be difficult to imagine the impact of a US-Turkish travel ban in a situation where Turkey is one of the most important markets in the world.
But if it were imposed, it would also affect Turkish businesses, which account for about one third of the Turkish economy.
What if I lose my job?
What if my family goes to another country?
What about my family’s income?
I am a stay-at-home parent of three children.
My job is to care for them and also support them financially.
I have two young daughters and two sons.
But the most stressful thing for me is when my wife leaves for a job abroad.
My wife is a teacher and I have a son and a daughter.
If she leaves for her job, I don’t have much time to stay with my family.
The fear of losing my job is also the biggest reason for my decision to go to Turkey.
In addition to my job, it is my second-favorite destination.
Turkey has become my second home in the past year.
I love the country and its people.
In 2016, I spent nearly two months in Istanbul.
My friends have become very close to me, and they are my family members.
The country is my new home.
What will my next step be?
I don,t know.
I will stay in Turkey for now.
But I hope that I will visit other countries in the future.
I hope to continue travelling and see more countries.
I don´t know what will happen in my next journey.
But for now, I will continue to visit the country.
The author has a master´s degree in management from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.