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On to Asia

By Brian Rogers | 1 Comment » May 13th, 2008

Today we took a ferry across the mighty Bosphorus to the Asia side of Istanbul. The continental shift was more symbolic than anything else, but the Asia side did offer a quiet, tourist-free alternative to the European side of the city. Cross the Bosphorus with us in today’s gallery…

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One Response to “On to Asia”

  1. Saray Nop Says:

    My boys are growing up, traveling the world. Teaching me about another part of Asia I did not know about, until now. Soon you will be in my home country where they will charge you for your visits. I found out my name in Instanbul means ‘palace,’ eventually I will own my own alike-palace and then you can travel there in the future.

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