A picture and a few words from the day posted from our instagram feed.
Nic as robot at SALT Beyoglu, a contemporary art museum in Istanbul, Turkey. This place had a great community vibe about it – large … Read More
Thessaloniki, Greece – full of young people (2 universities here) cafés and bars (the most per-capita than any other city in Europe) and at … Read More
Shopping at the grocery store while abroad always involves a lot of eyebrow furrowing. I’m not really sure if I bought milk or not … Read More
The Whirling Dervishes, a Rumi-inspired ritual designed to release the ego and spiritually move closer to God.
The Blue Mosque stands out against the night sky. We settled onto a bench to watch the nearby fountain turn colors, observe the tourists taking photos and listen to the call to prayer blend in with others from neighboring mosques.
It’s noon in Istanbul. Sounds of the call to prayer from a handful of mosques echo across the water, boat motors buzz as the captains shuttle people across the Golden Horn and traffic crossing the bridge we are on blend together to create the soundtrack of this intriguing city.
Our tour today also included finding a Panasonic flat screen TV hanging on a barbed wire fence in the most unlikely place. View in … Read More
I picked up this circular piece of baked dough about the size of my face and covered in sesame seeds from a food cart … Read More
This post is dedicated to Ashley and Ben over @wayoutweird -Check out this street art creation in action in Istanbul! There was another guy … Read More
Dogggggssss make everyone happy…even when they leave you covered in dog hair. View in Instagram ⇒
Probably the most attractive picture I’ve ever taken 😉 Giving the dogs a little love on the patio of our house sit in Kas, … Read More
Kas (pronounced cash) is easy to love. The brightly-colored bougainvillea frames almost every window and doorway, thick growths of ivy serve as roofs over restaurant patios and the overall sunny disposition of the people we meet is remarkable. I believe the guy running the front desk at the bus ticket office smiled and laughed (with us, not at us. I think) at least three times during our 10 minute interaction. 🙂