In Bayram Holiday I and my familay went to bozcaada . we stayed there for 7 days. We stayed

      in a hotel many people stayed this hotel . I think there were 250 people . I think these 

       people are from very different social status. I think it was very good because all people were 

       equal . There were old cars, new cars therefore. Are you poor? It doesn't matter 

          I think all people are equal we can live in peace all together  In the hotel on special days 

         (sacrificeand bayram) people gathered enjoyed and had fun with similarities and differences

          LİKE DİRT WİTH WATER 

                                                                                            

                                          

                                                                                                    MERVAN UMUT ŞENTÜRK

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