Looking Out of a Window in Istanbul

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I love looking through a window, watching a busy main city street.

It’s like seeing a film:

There is a man setting tables and chairs at his cafe, getting ready for the day’s customers.

I imagine that tea and coffee are being brewed. Usually, in Turkey, teapots are refilled with hot water and it’s not until after some time when cafe personnel would…

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Author of ‘A Girl All Alone Somewhere in the World’, ‘Confessions and Thoughts of a Girl in Turkey’, ‘From Just a Girl Grown Up in America’. (Amazon.com)

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Deborah Kristina

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Author of ‘A Girl All Alone Somewhere in the World’, ‘Confessions and Thoughts of a Girl in Turkey’, ‘From Just a Girl Grown Up in America’. (Amazon.com)

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