I loved the old cars in Turkey, as well as the national pride (see the hood of the car in the background!)
Traditional, cheap, supermarket in Turkey, offering a huge variety of fresh cheeses and olives! Walked out with “dinner” for a long bus ride for the two of us for about $3.
No big deal, just a tractor coming down a very old street.
Breakfast every day in Turkey was delicious – olives, cheese, eggs, toast with chocolate, cucumbers, tomatoes, and of course some sort of yogurt!
iPads are the new hot cameras. Cases also.
Guzleme – traditional filled pancakes (potato, cheese, spinach, and possibly some sweet flavors for the tourists)
Rug salesman showing off their wares to a captive audience!
Again, not sure what to watch out for, but “Beware!”
Can anyone translate the yellow sign from Turkish for me? I love the figure!
Showing the proper way to execute a U-turn (reminds me of a “Michigan Left” turn):
And sadly, I never captured a similar sign in Bali that offered “ANTIQUES, MADE TO ORDER!”
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