Morning in Sultanahmet

5 thoughts on “Morning in Sultanahmet”

  1. Such a beautiful post Lisa! I feel like I just took a big bite of your trip and was taken it with the sounds, your words, the sights, and that gorgeous breakfast spread. My Turkish family always had a giant think of feta, tomatoes and cucumbers on their window sill keeping cool for breakfast. Love your travel posts, your such a beautiful writer and insightful woman. x

    1. i must thank you for being such a constant source of inspiration… especially when it comes to following my passions. xo next trip to paris (together!) i can’t wait to visit your Turkish family

  2. I’m catching up on your travel posts! So exciting.

    It’s sad that some travelers find the call to prayer annoying and disruptful. I’m happy you got a video of it so I could actually hear it…it sounds really beautiful and I can totally see myself zoning out to it.

    And that is some kind of breakfast buffet. Looks delicious.

    1. yes! glad you’re enjoying… I have so much to say! I wanted to get a clip of the first morning prayer but alas, rooting around in my suitcase in the dark was not gonna happen :)

      Still dreaming about that buffet!!

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