Istanbul in Colors

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The Bosphorus River, as seen from İstanbul Modern
An unnamed cafe in a tree lined alley where we dined on nohut (chickpeas) and pilaf (rice) and mercimek çorbası (lentil soup) for less than 3 TL.
My favorite, favorite girlfriends in İstanbul

Nargile (hookah) pipes

Susannah Woodbury
Susannah Woodbury is an ayruveda-loving expatriate yogic English tutor conquering the world one wipe-off activity book at a time. She writes collections on The English Tutor, which are experiences from a young vagabond living and working in Turkey. She explores what it means to live far outside of your comfort zone--and have the courage to walk into a new yoga studio halfway around the world.
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One Response to Istanbul in Colors

  1. Justin + Emma December 23, 2010 at 5:28 am #

    Nice photos of Istanbul life especially the delicious looking meal of soup and scrummy bean dish!

    We are about to spend our first ever Christmas in Istanbul and are looking forward to a day wandering streets filled with people going about their normal Saturday tasks.

    Justin + Emma

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