Day Eleven: Hosçakal Istanbul

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6 Responses

  1. What a trip. I think I would be very happy to eat a Turkish breakfast.

  2. chlost says:

    Eleven years old! Wow…I don’t know that I was that responsible raising my own children. And I was substantially older than eleven, I assure you.
    What a magical place, this Turkey. I remember that you had not even planned on Turkey for your sabbatical, and now just think of how it has changed your lives, and that of your friends.
    Life-it be strange sometimes.
    Travel safe.

  3. lime says:

    you know, i have already eaten breakfast and yet i find myself hungry all over again…safe travels though by the time i am reading this you should be back in duluth…so allow me to amend to happy napping and bathing….

  4. Liz Sweet says:

    I just found your old blog last week and moved over to this one today, so you are home in Duluth now! Welcome back to the U.S. just in time for the election. I will be going back to read more of your blog. Very interesting and fun. I live in Michigan and I’ve been to Europe once for two weeks…can’t imagine doing what you and your family did. I admire you.

  5. Bone says:

    Wow, Selin is impressive!

    I like the toilet seat. As much as a man can like purple, I mean. It seems that it would be very conducive while also not easily showing dirt. Win-win.

  6. Meg says:

    What a treat to see your friends! I think we simply do not expect enough of our children. I shall work on that, post-haste.

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