How about a quick photo collage for a change?
Sign of the month from an Istanbul restaurant: “Do you speak Dutch? I don’t.”
Duuuuude! I sparked up my lighter in Istanbul airport, slowly swayed back and forth, and sang, “For I must be traveling on now, ’cause there’s too many places I’ve got to see…” before I was tackled by 15 police. (Maybe three people get that reference, but I’m OK with it.)
Gala lamb intestines. Why hasn’t roasted lamb intestines sold out of the side of a van taken off in America yet? Why?
Liver Palace alongside Liverland. It’s liver paradise in Istanbul!
Probably not many guests from France here. “Berk” is slang for “yuck” in French.
I’ve seen three Kent Hotels in Istanbul so far. “Kent” means town in Turkish.
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Kent textile with the world’s saddest tree out front.
In Britain the word “Berk” is another term for an idiot or a fool!
The hotel looked pretty quiet
That tree looks so sorry for itself! You have a good eye for detail though. I never take notice of signs etc when in Istanbul. That is probably why I always get lost!
I’m the opposite. I’m amazed I don’t fall off curbs more often.
Thanks for the ear worm. I’m going to have that song in my head for days.