Day 4: My Adventures in Istanbul

The fun continues! On my fourth day I walked around the “Asian” side, the side that is less modern, more traditional, and where you can find all the monumental mosques. This side of Istanbul has so much history to offer, and being Australian, where the history is relatively modern, makes me feel like I am walking in Disneyland, or in a documentary.

The freshly squeezed Pomegranite juice is just incredible, and very tart!

View over the water.

And of course, Turkish coffee, my favourite!

Gosh, how am I going to be able to go back home after seeing all this? I could stay here another month and explore because there is just so much to see!

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2 responses to “Day 4: My Adventures in Istanbul

  1. That pomegranate juice sounds delicious! And the fruit is such a beautiful colour. Ahhh I want to go travelling!

  2. Pingback: So Why Pomegranite? | ohlalalivia

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