The other day I posted about our day in Istanbul, but got extremely frustrated when the Internet Gods would not allow me to upload any pictures. As I now sit in Kusadasi, the internet is smiling on me. So instead of sleeping (it is 3:50 Sunday morning here while I write this), I will attempt to bring this up to date. Here is a link to the original post on Istanbul if you missed it.
Tim and Joanne in front of the Blue Mosque
Blue Mosque interior – the name turquoise originated in Turkey
Blue Mosque Interior
Blue Mosque interior
St Sophia Interior
Upside down Medusa head
View of Blue Mosque from Galata Bridge
Taken from Galata Bridge
Inside Spice Market
Gratitude Moment: Today I am grateful for amazing technology that allows us to share stories and pictures from (almost) anywhere in the world with friends and family back home.
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About Tim and Joanne Joseph
Hi and welcome! We are Tim and Joanne Joseph and we have just embarked on our latest adventure. We hope you will join us!
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Great post and photos. Thanks for taking the time to share it with us.
My pleasure! Glad you enjoyed it.
Again, I feel I’ve been there. Thanks for letting me live vicariously through you both. Places that perhaps I will never get to see, I feel fortunate to, in a way, traveled there. Just as books take me places I’ve not experienced, I gain the same insight, beauty, emotions, and knowledge through your blog.
I appreciate you.
Brenda, you always make me feel special with your kind words. Thank you for taking the time to read my blog.
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